Wednesday, 12 June 2019 at 10:00AM
RNLI College, Poole BH15 1HZ, UK
With the longest coast in England, planners in the South West are having to confront sea level rise and more extreme events alongside the need to support the restructuring of seaside and port economies and the well-being of traditional communities. This seminar will examine how the developing areas of marine and coastal planning are working, highlighting best practice and the continuing challenges facing planners working ‘on the edge’.
Speaker and topics include:
Delivering change across coastal and marine interface
The social issues facing coastal communities and planning responses
Dr Stephen Essex, Plymouth University
Poole Harbour Commissioners – Implementing the MasterPlan
Phil Armstrong, Harbour Engineer, PHC
Planning for economic activities offshore
Clare Kavanagh, Senior Marine Planner at Her Majesty’s Government – Marine Management Organisation
Anticipated changes on the coast (sea level rise) and the need for a response
Marcus Salmon, Sustainable Places Planning Specialist at the Environment Agency
Justin Ridgewell, Flood and Coastal Risk Management Advisor at the Environment Agency
A proposed National Marine Park for Plymouth? – a new way to protect the marine environment.
Kaja Curry, Natural Infrastructure Officer at Plymouth City Council
How coastal LPAs are addressing climate change in their planning policies
Dan Young, Portsmouth CC
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