Wednesday, 05 February 2020 at 10:00AM
Somerset County Cricket Ground, St James St, Taunton TA1 1JT
The current climate change agenda the focus on conservation and reducing consumption is a key ambition to carbon reduction. Minerals and Waste as a specialised field can be viewed separately from planning although 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 across the board 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:
- Waste, reduce, re-use, recycle – the cost of our current lifestyle and Viridors plans to reduce their impact on the environment
- The Circular Economy in Practice - Case study TBC
- Working with a disused Minerals site to achieve sustainable economic development – Case study TBC
- More panellists TBC
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.
To take advantage of this offer please book online and pay with a credit/debit card by following the online booking prompts below.
Those purchasing tickets in excess of £500 plus vat may request an invoice. Please get in touch to request this.
We now welcome exhibitors to showcase their firm, recent developments and to further engage with RTPI Members and professionals in planning. Please contact for further information.
0207 929 8190
There was a problem reserving your event places.
Please contact us using the form below, or refresh the page and try again.
We apologise for any inconvenience.