This one-day conference will showcase innovative approaches for effective biodiversity mitigation and enhancement in and on buildings. We will also explore the relationship between the architect and the ecologist in incorporating biodiversity features in good design.
First Three Talks Announced
Pinewood Studios: mitigating for ground-nesting birds
By Zoe Webb MCIEEM, Ecological Consultant, Ove Arup & Partners
Swifts in a Manor - a case study of bird and building conservation
By Simon Barker MCIEEM CEnv Peter Carty (Countryside, Parklands & Gardens Manager, South Shropshire) & Rachel Freemantle (Senior Building Surveyor), National Trust
Green Screens - How temporary living walls can transform the appearance and perception of construction sites
By Tom Gray CEnv MCIEEM, Ove Arup & Partners
More Information & Registration
For further information about this event, or to register your attendance, please visit the CIEEM website.
An event by CIEEM - a Licensed Body of the Society for the Environment.