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Planning and the Natural Environment

Wednesday, 28 February 2018 at 1:45PM - 4:45PM
Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford GU1 3UX, UK
RTPI South East

The South East of England has a cherished and diverse range of habitats and species, from internationally designated forests and wetland to backgardens and pocket parks. The development process has a critical role in biodiversity planning from surveying, mitigation and enhancement.

Hear about how policy and development management can help protect wildlife, deliver biodiversity gains, and the benefits the natural environment can delivery.

Speakers include:

  • Jan Collins, Head of Biodiversity, Bat Conservation Trust

  • Gareth Dalglish, Partnership Manager, Natural England
  • Jane Ireland, Planning Policy and Conservation Manager, Surrey Heath Borough Council
  • Martin Moss, Senior Advisor, Natural England
  • Keith Sacre, Co-founder, Treeconomics

View the programme for the day