HMEP Information

HMEP is here to help the sector on its journey to deliver greater efficiencies and deliver improved services.

To help you to be a part of this, HMEP has a range of free to access information and resources for you to download and use.

Find out more about the wide range of HMEP efficiency resources

For copies of recent presentations made by HMEP go to past event presentations.

 

HMEP: Resources for improving highways efficiency: an overview and guide
HMEP: Resources for improving highways efficiency: an overview and guide (PDF, 16pages, 4.7MB)



Aimed at highways practitioners the documents provides a short introduction to the latest HMEP efficiency resources. Each resource has one page to explain its intended use and audience as well as short evidenced case study.


HMEP Annual Plan 2014
HMEP Annual Plan 2014/15 - Improving Highways Efficiency (PDF, 18pages, 8.3MB)



The HMEP Annual Plan is a 2020 vision for better roads and highways and includes a plan of work for 2014/15.


Executive Summary - HMEP Annual Plan 2014/15
Executive Summary - HMEP Annual Plan 2014/15 (PDF, 6pages, 2.9MB)



Aimed at key decision makers within the highways sector, the document summarises the HMEP Annual Plan for 2014/15 and the importance of achieving greater efficiencies to transform roads and services.

HMEP: Resources for improving highways efficiency: an overview and guide (PDF, 16pages, 4.7MB)


 

 

 



Last updated on 8th July 2014

Connect and Share

HMEP invites local highway authorities and their providers to connect and share their practices of ‘what works’ across the sector.

Connect with fellow professionals from across the highways sector and access real examples that can help ignite ideas.

Share your ‘real life’ efficiency practices, stories and experiences; to help other people, organisations and networks achieve greater efficiency.
 

 

 Join our HMEP Linked In group

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