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Connecting Planning with the Coast

09 November 2022 at 01:00 PM - 05:00 PM / South East England / England / Conference

09 November 2022 at 01:00 PM - 05:00 PM
Holiday Inn, Herbert Walker Avenue, Southampton, Hampshire, United Kingdom, SO15 1HJ
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RTPI South East | [email protected]

The coastal environment is experiencing a number of pressures and initiatives, and in many cases, there has been a focus in addressing those arising from development close to the marine environment. However, there are strong linkages between development and activities inland and the environmental issues faced along the coast. his event will include several speakers involved in developing new approaches and who are implementing marine projects

In this webinar speakers will:

  • Look at some of the responses currently being implemented on the coast
  • Explore the scope provided by the emerging environmental framework of the Environment Act to develop a more holistic approach and the role that planners can play

Through a combination of expert speakers and discussion, you will learn:

  • Environmental issues faced along the coast due to development and activities inland
  • Local case studies showing new approaches and projects

Speakers include:

  • Chair: Steve Lees, Planning consultant
  • Managing waste water and surface water : Kate Rice, Natural Capital Strategy manager, Southern Water
  • Nitrate neutrality : Simon Kennedy, Strategic Environmental Planning Officer Partnership for South Hampshire (PfSH)
  • Alver Valley Country Park Project: Jayson Grygiel, Manager of Planning Policy, Gosport Borough Council
  • One Horton Heath : Lloyd  Exley, Strategic Development Manager One Horton Heath Eastleigh Borough Council
  • Focus on restoration of sea grass project : Tim Ferrero, Secrets of the Solent  Project Manager, Hampshire and Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust

Check the programme here


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Group Booking

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