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The IHE are relocating from Russell Square to Euston Tower. We cannot therefore provide our usual services during the period May 30th to June 5th and in catching up with any backlog expect to resume normal service by Monday 12 June. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause and if your enquiry is urgent please contact us on the office number below. PLEASE NOTE: As part of our server relocation all emails are likely to be returned as undeliverable from 12 Noon on Wednesday 31st May until Monday 5th June. Please check your inbox and resend on Monday June 5th.

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  • May 26, 2017

    We are moving

    The IHE are relocating from Russell Square to Euston Tower. We cannot therefore provide our usual services during the period May 30th to June 5th and in catching up with any backlog expect to resume normal service by Monday 12 June.

  • May 24, 2017

    NPCC national motorcycle week of action 24th-31st May

    Police across the country are taking part in the National Motorcycle Week of Action stopping riders and issuing fixed penalties, warnings and advice.

  • May 23, 2017

    WJ Innovation Road Show Arrives in London

    IHE corporate partner, WJ, delivered an exceptional Innovation Day recently, which was their first in London.

  • NHEA Apprentice of the Year Award

    Awarded to an individual working in the highways industry for the first time who has made a considerable contribution in the workplace.

  • May 15, 2017

    IHE Scotland Branch Member Update

    The Scotland branch of the Institute of Highway Engineers are pleased to confirm that the branch is now functional with a new committee in place with plans for holding technical evenings in the near future. These events will be notified to all members in due course.

  • SignPlot goes further for TSRGD 2016

    The new version 3.4 of the UK’s most popular traffic sign software makes bus lane signs easy and addresses sign illumination.

  • May 8, 2017

    Advice Note on the adoption of roads by highway authorities published

    The DfT has published an Advice Note on the adoption of roads in England so that they become maintainable at public expense.

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