Thursday, 07 November 2013 at 5:45PM
William Soutar Theatre, AK Bell Library, York Place, Perth PH2 8EP
Free for members; £5 for non Members
Energy is not just needed to heat our homes; transport goods and people; and keep Scotland's businesses, hospitals and schools running - energy also plays a vital role in Scotland's economy. Planning plays a crucial role in the delivery of sustainable energy generation and planners need to be kept informed of the development of the energy sector We welcome 3 speakers to speak from a range of perspectives on their experiences of this.
Jim Brown – Energy Skills Partnership
Working with the Energy Industries, Government Agencies and Colleges to ensure a sustainable workforce can be developed through comprehensive, coordinated, quality training across Scotland's colleges through the single point of contact - the Energy Skills Partnership.
Fraser Gillies – Wright Johnston MacKenzie
Principal area of work is advising on planning and environmental issues, with a particular focus on renewable energy projects and onshore wind in particular.
+ 1 further speaker TBC
Please come along and support your Chapter
Advanced notice of attendance is appreciated. Please contact Lorna Sim (Convenor) firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm attendance.