02 Dec

CIEH Year Ahead Conference

Early bird (ends 23 October) 

CIEH member: £145
Affiliate member: £245
Non-member: £245

Standard Rate

CIEH member: £200
Affiliate member: £300
Non-member: £300

15Hatfields, Chadwick Court, London, SE1 8DJ

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This year's 2021 Year Ahead Conference agenda will be holding key policy discussions on areas such as; Food, Housing and Environmental Protection.  Plenary sessions will examine what the key challenges and risks are for the future of public health and celebrate innovative and new strategic  measures currently being implemented in this sector, which can help to shape your future policies and objectives. 

More information will follow 

Who should Attend 

  • Senior Environmental Health Practitioners
  • Senior Trading Standards Officers 
  • Legal/Compliance Managers and Directors
  • Technical Directors
  • Heads / Senior Managers
  • Food Safety Managers/Directors


"Excellent keynote speaker, really down to earth and engaging It was great to network with colleagues from the public and private sector. I thoroughly enjoyed the event." 

"An essential annual event!"

"Overall, glad that I attended and able to meet good people with great knowledge."

"The event was brilliant, I felt very motivated"

Past CIEH Year Ahead delegates

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Graham Russell MBE is Chief Executive of the Office for Product Safety and Standards, part of the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy. Graham’s professional background is as a regulator in local government, and he understands the contribution that local authorities make to protection and growth in the local economy. His previous roles include Chief Executive of the Better Regulation Delivery Office and Head of Trading Standards and Community Safety at Staffordshire County Council. He co-chairs the International Network for Delivery of Regulation with Professor Chris Hodges of Oxford University and together they have written a book on the delivery of regulation with colleagues from around the world.

photo of Leon Livermore

Leon Livermore joined CTSI in 2013 after a successful career in Local Government. During this time he rightly earned a reputation for delivering culture change and innovative, citizen-centred and highly effective services. Services led by Leon won numerous awards including Beacon Status for Better Regulation and a prestigious National Business Award. Since joining the Institute, he has worked tirelessly on behalf of the trading standards profession ensuring that politicians, businesses and consumers understand the value that the profession brings to a modern vibrant UK.

Kathryn Preece, Better Business for All, Office for Product Safety and Standards, OPSS, BEIS. She is an Environmental Health Practitioner by profession and spent 20 years working in local government before moving to central government in 2011. Since joining the then Better Regulation Delivery Office in 2011, now OPSS, Kathryn has developed and led the Better Business for All programme and more recently is leading work with local authorities and growth hubs on delivering a strategic regulatory approach within localities focusing on how local regulators can support the ambitions of the Industrial Strategy.


Civica is the market-leading partner for public protection teams. With over thirty years of sector experience, we support over two hundred UK public sector organisations.
Cx, our digital platform for regulatory services supports councils and their shared service arrangements to accelerate their digital agenda. Using cloud and mobile technology, Cx supports Environmental Health & Trading Standards teams to streamline service requests and inspections management. It helps local authorities meet evolving legislative and citizen demands to deliver better responsive services and improve community outcomes today, and in the future.

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