2016 Conference

“Change, Reform and Innovation”

The 2016 ALGE Conference and AGM took place on Tuesday 8th November at the Coin Street Neighbourhood Centre in South Bank, London.

The conference acted as a great opportunity for members to network and discuss topics such as; Brexit and its implications and opportuntities, new approaches to EPS licensing and how to ensure net gains in biodiversity from planning and construction.

ALGE Conference 2016 – Programme

Conference presentations are available to download here:

1 – David Tyldesley – Brexit! Risks, Opportunities and Action

2 – Greg Smith NE – Brexit – The SNCO Perspective

3 – Julia Baker BB – Net Gain for Biodiversity – New Principles and Guidance

4 – Michael Small CIRIA – Building Biodiversity into the Construction Process

5 – Nicola French HCS – Post Development Funding

6 – Mike Oxford – Better Ecological Report Writing

7 – Fiona Mathews – Data Sharing, Management and Analysis of Bat Survey Results

8 – Jonathan Ducker – Post Development Funding

9 – Rob Cameron NE – Strategic Licensing for Great Crested Newts

10 – Penny Simpson Freeths – Reform of Wildlife Law – Post EU Referendum