ICF National Study Tour 2016
The ICF National Study Tour 2016 will take members to the streets of London, exploring the important relationship between street trees, people and place. We will look at the many benefits that trees can bring – to health, highways and homes – and examine their resilience in this ever-changing city.
The tour will consist of a series of scene-setting talks from arboricultural and forestry experts leading ground-breaking projects across the capital. This will be followed by a number of site visits, giving delegates an insight into the practical solutions employed in the community.
This event is a fantastic opportunity for ICF members of all levels – Student, Associate, Professional and Fellow – to meet and learn in an informal setting.
Speakers at the ICF National Study Tour 2016 include:
- Prof Chris Baines, Environmentalist, Writer, Broadcaster
- Peter Massini MCIEEM, Greater London Authority
- Paul Nolan OBE MICFor, Mersey Forest
- John Parker, Transport for London / London Tree Officers Association
- Chris Neilan MICFor, Epping Forest District Council
Wednesday 5 October – Scene-setting talks followed by ICF National Study Tour Dinner (optional add-on)
Thursday 6 October – Visits to projects at Salisbury Park, Ruskin Park and Elephant Park
Study Tour Talks:
Clarence Centre for Enterprise and Innovation
London South Bank University
6 St George’s Circus
Study Tour Dinner (Optional)
4 Park Street
Delegates will be transported by coach to further locations on the ICF Study Tour itinerary
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