2018 ICF Midlands: Planning and Development in Existing Woodland

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Chartered Foresters are increasingly being asked by owners and entrepreneurs where the opportunities lie for development in relation to woodland.  This may range from small scale cabins for family use, to single residence for woodsman / owners and larger scale residential development in proximity to woodland.

The conference brings together a strong suite of national and regional speakers from the public and private sector, including regulatory authorities and leisure developers.

This is an ICF lead event and is being supported by the Landscape Institute (LI) as there is a significant cross over between the two organisations.  LI members will therefore attend as planning professionals who are also answering development questions in relation to woodland.

Programme

  • 8.30 – Teas / Coffees
  • 9.00 – Presentations in Council Chamber
  • 12.30 – Buffet Lunch
  • 13.15 – ICF Midlands AGM (members can attend the AGM only without charge)
  • 14.00– Walking Tour of Local Sites (mini-bus provided – bring boots / coats)

Speakers

 

Contact

Robin Truslove (RWT) MICFor CEnv – ICF Midlands Chairman – 07879 437255 – robin.truslove@lgluk.com
Matt Brocklehurst MICFor – ICF Midlands Secretary & Treasurer – 07880 493721 – mbrocklehurst@forwoods.net

November 9, 2018
8:30 - 16:00

The Core at Corby Cube ,
George Street ,
Corby NN17 1QG

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    Chartered Foresters are increasingly being asked by owners and entrepreneurs where the opportunities lie for development in relation to woodland.  This may range from small scale cabins for family use, to single residence for woodsman / owners and larger scale residential development in proximity to woodland.

    The conference brings together a strong suite of national and regional speakers from the public and private sector, including regulatory authorities and leisure developers.

    This is an ICF lead event and is being supported by the Landscape Institute (LI) as there is a significant cross over between the two organisations.  LI members will therefore attend as planning professionals who are also answering development questions in relation to woodland.

    Programme

    • 8.30 – Teas / Coffees
    • 9.00 – Presentations in Council Chamber
    • 12.30 – Buffet Lunch
    • 13.15 – ICF Midlands AGM (members can attend the AGM only without charge)
    • 14.00– Walking Tour of Local Sites (mini-bus provided – bring boots / coats)

    Speakers

     

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