CDM2015 – Where are we now?

14 November 2018 7.30am 9.30am

Scott White and Hookins cordially invite you to a breakfast briefing on ‘The Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015’ (CDM2015) presented by Bryony Mitchell, *(formerly one of Her Majesty’s Inspectors of Health and Safety) and Miriam Hayward.

Itinerary:

  • 7:30am - Arrive. Breakfast Pastries, Coffee/Tea etc. served.
  • 8:00am - Presentation on CDM2015
  • 9:00am - Coffee/Tea and Q&A’s.
  • 9:30am - FREE Guided Tour (1 hour approx.) (optional)

The Tower Bridge Tour

There’s a lot of history to this world famous attraction, designed to illuminate the structure’s colourful past and present. The Behind-the-Scenes Tower Bridge tour is easily the most fascinating offering, as a host takes visitors into off-limits areas such as the Bridge Control Room, Machinery Room and the Bascule Chambers which sink below water-level.

Glass Walkway

The attraction’s exhibition has just launched its most significant development in Tower Bridge history since 1982 - the glass walkway. Housed in the West Walkway, visitors can admire Tower Bridge from a unique perspective and look down on passing boats and pedestrians underfoot and even catch the bascules rising if you time it right. From 42m above the river, the glass walkway is a must-see - if you need any more convincing, the Tower Bridge glass floor is made up of five thick layers and can hold the equivalent weight of an elephant and two taxis. So, you’re pretty safe!

Venue and Map

Tower Bridge Offices, Tower Bridge Road, London, SE1 2UP

Tower Bridge Walkways & North Tower Lounge

Tower Bridge Offices
Tower Bridge Road
London
SE1 2UP

How to get there (+ Show details)

  • Tower Hill underground (district and circle lines)
  • Tower Gateway (DLR)
  • London Bridge underground (northern and jubilee, national rail network)
  • Tower Bridge is situated in zone 1 of the London Transport Network so your travel will be included in your package if you opt for The London Pass with Oyster Travelcard