Friday, 08 July 2016 at 9:30AM
At Bristol, Harbourside, Anchor Rd, Bristol BS1 5DB, UK
This conference will consider the lessons to be learnt from nationally significant infrastructure projects, such as Hinkley Point, and the site-specific issues of wind energy and other construction projects. The ‘below ground’ impacts of mineral working and archaeological resources will also be considered. Reference will also be made to legal aspects, together with the experiences and legacy of projects undertaken in Bristol in its role as European Green Capital in 2015
- Learning from Major/Nationally Significant Infrastructure Projects
Andrew Goodchild – Assistant Director, Energy Infrastructure, Taunton Deane & West Somerset Councils
- Mining Legacy and its impact on Development
Paul Raglan, Managing Director of Mining Searches UK
- Construction Projects and their relationship with Archaeology
Andy Boucher, Headland Archaeology
- Legal perspective on consenting regimes for complex
and major developments
Christian Silk, Supervising Associate, Simmons & Simmons LLP
- Infrastructure and Housing
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