ALGE Conference and Annual General Meeting 2019

“Getting Ready for Biodiversity Net Gain”

The Association of Local Government Ecologists (ALGE)’s 2019 Conference and Annual General Meeting will take place on Tuesday 3rd December 2019 at the Coin Street Neighbourhood Centre in Greater London. This spacious and modern venue is adjacent to London Waterloo Station and is well served by national rail, underground and bus routes. Refreshments and lunch are also provided.

The conference will focus on ‘Biodiversity Net Gain’ and how we can work to both secure and then deliver this key opportunity to benefit biodiversity at the local, regional and national scale.

The conference will be of interest to local authorities and other government and non-government agencies from across the UK, and will focus on the practical rather than the theoretical, using case studies and examples of best practice.

A draft programme for the ALGE 2019 Conference is available, which can be downloaded from here.

The event will also include an Annual General Meeting (AGM) for ALGE Members, along with the presentation of awards as part of ALGE’s celebrations of its 25th (Silver) Anniversary of being founded. More information on the Silver Anniversary Awards, including how you can nominate candidates, can be found on this website at: https://www.alge.org.uk/alge-silver-anniversary-awards-2019.

A booking form for the 2019 Conference can be downloaded from here, and provides details on how to register your details, attendance fees (including for concessions and non-ALGE Members), and any special requirements.

Completed booking forms, along with requests to reserve places or to obtain more information, can be returned to the ALGE Treasurer by 12th November at iboulton@lambeth.gov.uk.