Webinar - Developing Naturally (or - how not to get in a flap over bats or narked by newts!)
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Webinar - Developing Naturally (or - how not to get in a flap over bats or narked by newts!)

 Export to Your Calendar 13/12/2017
When: 13th December 2017
8:00am
Where: Online
United Kingdom
Contact: Katie Di Stefano
+44 (0) 1604 404121

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Join CABE at 8am for an interactive webinar presented by Dr Stephanie Wray CEnv, President of the Chartered Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management.

Most developers have a story about how their project was delayed by a finding of great crested newts or other protected species on site. If you read a red-top tabloid, you might believe that wildlife is costing millions in delays to construction projects and lost opportunities every day. But how real are these issues, and how easy are they to avoid? In this webinar, Chartered Environmentalist, Stephanie Wray, sets out some of the background to protection of the natural environment. 

  • What are the key legal issues I need to be aware of? 
  • When is a survey necessary? 
  • How are impacts mitigated?
  • What are the seasonal constraints and how do I avoid delays?
  • What is meant by net gain?
  • Why does this all matter?

Stephanie will give examples of where good design and programme/project management have delivered outstanding outcomes for both clients and the natural environment, and lessons learned where projects haven't gone so well. Looking ahead, Stephanie will advise on the direction of travel of environment policy in the light of Brexit and other policy drivers and will outline what we might expect in the next five years.

Find out more about the webinar, and Stephanie, by visiting the CABE website.

 

Cost

Free

 

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To register for this webinar, please visit the CABE website.

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Society for the Environment
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