#01 Breathing Space
In our first webcast of the brand new series, our Social Responsibility & Customer Welfare Manager, Helen Addis, is joined by Helen Handzel, Relationship Manager at StepChange, to discuss the history of the campaign for Breathing Space, how this has been received by different stakeholders, what the hopes are for the future and much more.
#02 Bath's Clean Air Zone
In our second webcast of the new series, Paul Kyte and Darren Bell are joined by Project Director, Ashley Beighton, and Clean Air Zone Manager, Cathryn Brown, for Bath's new Clean Air Zone (CAZ). They discuss the planning, challenges and triumphs involved in implementing the first CAZ outside of London as well as sharing some insight and advice for those looking to do the same.
#03 Armed Forces Covenant
In our third webcast of the new Leading the Way series, our Social Responsibility & Customer Welfare Manager, Helen Addis, talks to Victoria Coomber, Armed Forces Community Covenant Development Officer, about the Covenant and the work that businesses can do to support veterans and reservists.
#04 Park Active Initiative
In our fourth Leading the Way webcast, Paul Kyte and Darren Bell are joined by the British Parking Association's Head of Innovation, Technology & Research, Julian O'Kelly, to discuss the BPA's new active travel initiative. They discuss all things Park Active and what it means for communities across the UK.
#05 Safer Schools
In our penultimate Leading the Way webcast of the new series, Paul Kyte and Darren Bell meet with Rob Shoebridge, Civil Enforcement and Parking Services Team Manager at Derby City Council, to discuss what they have done to safety and parking at schools. Rob highlights the changes and successes of their latest project, which even won them the Parking Technology Award at the British Parking Awards 2020!
#06 Changes to Debt Relief Order
In our sixth and final webcast of the series, Helen Addis meets with the Director of External Affairs at Christians Against Poverty, Gareth McNab, to discuss the legislative changes to Debt Relief Orders that came into effect this month. They also talk about how Christians Against Poverty's campaigning compares to the final outcome of the legislation and how they think it will affect individuals and debt advice providers who are managing problem debts.