PROACTIVE Progress Meeting 2 & Exercise Planning Workshop 14-15 & 16 January 2020, London

The 2nd PROACTIVE progress meeting (PM2) will be held on 14-15 January 2020 in London, at the East India Club. This meeting is restricted to PROACTIVE consortium members.

The project progress meeting will be followed by an exercise progress meeting and planning workshop on 16 January 2020. This event is open to eNOTICE project partners based on the joint cooperation agreement.

Agenda

14 January 2020 from 9:30 to 17:30 GMT

15 January 2020 from 9:30 to 18:00 GMT

Draft agenda sent by email to WP leaders. Updates will follow.
16 January 2020 from 8:30 to 15:00 GMT
Draft aganda. Updates will follow.

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Registration Form

To register, please fill in this form:


To be filled in only by PROACTIVE partners. If you are an invited eNOTICE partner or PSAB/CSAB member, please scroll down and fill in the last part of the form.


To be filled in by PROACTIVE partners, invited eNOTICE partners and invited PSAB/CSAB members

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Venue

East India Club, 16 St James’s Square, London SW1Y 4LH. http://www.eastindiaclub.co.uk/

Meals

Tea, coffee and lunch will be provided during the meetings. Please check when you book that breakfast is included in your room charge.

Accommodation

You have two options:

a. You book a hotel close to the venue (post code: SW1Y 4LH)

or

b. The East India Club has arranged for similar clubs near the meeting venue to offer accommodation at reasonable rates in comparison with local hotels for one or more of the nights 13th, 14th and 15th January. These clubs and the contact details are listed below. Bookings are on a first come first served based. If you do want to avail yourself of this accommodation you should book it by the 20th December as after that the administrative staff will be on holiday until the New Year.

The room rates vary between clubs and within each club depending on size and amenities, so this briefing has not attempted to give prices.

Please ensure you understand if breakfast has been included in your room rate. You will find the breakfasts will cater for “continental” but the traditional English breakfast will be worth considering.  

East India Club, 16 St James’s Square, London SW1Y 4LH
Email: Reception@EastIndiaClub.com
Contact is Sue Matheis
Telephone: + 44 20 7930 1000
http://www.eastindiaclub.co.uk/

The Travellers Club, 106 Pall Mall, London SW1Y 5EP
Email: adi@thetravellersclub.org.uk
Contact is Adi Widjaja.
Telephone +44 20 7930 8688
https://www.thetravellersclub.org.uk/

The “In and Out” Naval and Military Club, No. 4 St James’s Square, London, SW1Y 4JU
Email: marta.wyszynska@theinandout.co.uk
Contact is Marta Wyszynska.
Telephone +44 20 7827 5744
https://www.theinandout.co.uk/

The Reform Club, 104 Pall Mall, London SW1Y 5EW
Email: chambers@reformclub.com quote: “The Kelly bookings”.
Contact is Martin Lander.
Telephone: +44 20 7747 4619 or +44 207 930 9374
https://www.reformclub.com/

In addition, please note that under the Terms and Conditions of the clubs making this offer the following applies: https://www.eastindiaclub.co.uk/club-rules/. Although these rules are that of the East India Club in fact all the clubs have the same standards.

The use of mobile telephones is strictly prohibited within public rooms and all public areas of the Clubhouse. Gentlemen should wear business attire or a jacket, including collar and tie, with tailored trousers. Ladies should dress in smart separates, elegant dress or business attire. Trousers should be tailored. Formal boots up to calf length in keeping with a smart outfit are acceptable.

If you are not willing to abide with these rules, please book a hotel but it is very important as the member that has arranged for this accommodation has vouched for the behavior of the guests. Disregard the fact that this member may not be staying in the club you chose as obviously he cannot stay in all 4. This arrangement is special so please respect it.