Wednesday, 05 February 2020 at 10:00AM
Somerset County Cricket Ground, St James St, Taunton TA1 1JT
Minerals and Waste as a specialist field can be viewed separately from planning. Yet all development could restrict access to limited resources and produce waste which will need to be processed. Has planning got the right approach to this area or is more co-ordination required in order to achieve the most sustainable outcome?
This conference aims to provide an overview of Mineral and Waste Plans, the relationship of these to supply and demand issues and a review on challenges and considerations in mineral, waste and planning applications, long term restoration and ‘reuse’.
Speakers and topics:
- Minerals and Waste Policy Update
Lonek Wojtulewicz, Planning & Infrastructure Division at MHCLG
- Current Issues in Waste and Planning – an Industry Perspective
Kris Furness, Senior Planning Manager, Recycling and recovery UK, Suez
- Current Issues in safeguarding mineral resources and infrastructure – Industry Perspective
- An overview of some of the issues that are occupying the Mineral Products Association.
- National policy and guidance for minerals, including recent changes.
- The Managed Aggregates Supply System - is really ‘managed’ any more?
- General performance of minerals planning – is it providing adequately for the future?
- Safeguarding mineral resources and infrastructure
- Recent MPA guidance
- Biodiversity & environmental net gain, and how the minerals sector needs to respond
David Payne, Senior Planning Advisor, Mineral Products Association
- Waste production and management and how Somerset are approaching the increasing demands.
A local authority partnership perspective on how to stimulate recycling demand in line with climate change goals, the implications for managing waste, how to respond to the changing – and uncertain - national policy landscape, and how we are working with industry and waste planning colleagues to shape the market for commercial waste in Somerset.
Mickey Green, Managing Director at Somerset Waste Partnership
- Safeguarding Cornwall’s Mineral Resources
How Cornwall Council recognised its valuable mineral resources and developed meaningful Mineral Safeguarding Areas to ensure that the minerals needed for a low carbon future are safeguarded from other forms of development
Ellie Inglis-Woolcock | Principal Development Officer (Local Plans), Cornwall Council
- How can Minerals and Waste work towards the net zero emissions target / circular economy?
Speaker tbc, Eunomia
- Waste, reduce, re-use, recycle – the cost of our current lifestyle and Viridors plans to reduce their impact on the environment
Marcus Du Pree Thomas Technology & Innovation Lead at Viridor at Energy
The Circular Econony in Practice, the case of Wykes Farm, Somerset
Jason Fewell, Engineering Director at Wykes Farm
Working with disused Minerals site to achieve sustainable economic development – Silverlake, Dorset
Silverlake is an innovative planning-led sustainable leisure development, transforming a former quarry into a mosaic of habitats, managed for wildlife and biodiversity, delivering local jobs and community benefits.
Richard Shaw, Director of Savills Planning
Imerys - Recycling, Restoration and Renewables
A review of Imerys' restoration projects utilising recyclable material (compost like materials, etc.) and their approach/efforts in facilitating renewable energy schemes.
Gary Staddon, Real Estate and Business Development Manager at Imerys
We are delighted that these professional bodies support the programme and are marketing the event to their members. We hope this event has a cross sector/professional audience to widen the discussions on the day
Delegate fees and how to book
We are pleased to offer early bird rates with 15% off all delegate fees until 28 February.
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