ICF and RTPI: Trees in the Planning ProcessResources Now Available
Supporters: GreenBlue Urban and Lockhart Garratt
This joint event between the Institute of Chartered Foresters and Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI) South East Region will highlight the importance of trees and urban greenspace in the planning world, and vice versa.
Experts from a range of backgrounds will present on topics including trees in relation to design, demolition and construction; the importance of effective planning conditions and local planning policy; and examples of best practice in arboriculture and landscaping.
With Chairs and members attending from both institutes, this will be an excellent opportunity for cross-profession experience sharing and networking.
13:00 Registration (refreshments & networking)
13:30 Welcome and Introductions
14:55 Break (refreshments & networking)
15:25 Part 2
Who should attend:
Anyone involved in the planning process, from town and country planning officers, arboriculturists, urban greening and landscape professionals, architects, construction planners, and so on.
How to Book:
This event is open to all (ICF and RTPI members and non-members) and booking is being taken through RTPI.
ICF/RTPI Members £40 + VAT
ICF/RTPI Student Members £15 + VAT
Non-members £48+VAT (from 1 Feb)
Tickets include refreshments and delegate materials.
For event enquiries please contact Allison Lock, ICF Events & Publications Manager: Allison.Lock@charteredforesters.org
Please note that if event fees are being administered by the Regional Group, booking terms and conditions may apply. Contact Allison.Lock@charteredforesters.org for further advice.