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BS42020 Biodiversity: Code of Practice for Planning and Development

Summary

With sessions led by Mike Oxford, Chair of BSI's Technical Committee on Biodiversity and principal author for BS42020, the course will focus on how to achieve effective ecological input at all five stages of the planning and development process.

Description

This training is aimed at ecologists with at least 3 years of experience and will introduce them to the purpose and content of BS42020 and how it can be applied practically within the planning system. With sessions led by Mike Oxford, Chair of BSI's Technical Committee on Biodiversity and principal author for BS42020, the course will focus on how to achieve effective ecological input at all five stages of the planning and development process.

The training will take participants through each section of the Standard using relevant case studies and scenarios and will really emphasise how users of BS42020 can refer to, and make use of it with confidence in a wide range of professional situations.

The day will be interactive and will allow for plenty of opportunity for discussion and to consider how it can be applied in situations identified by the participants.

Who Should Attend?

Ecologists working in consultancy, local government, SNCOs and NGOs whose work inovlves input into the planning and development system. Professionals with at least 3-5 years experience.

No prior knowledge of BS42020 is required - although it is useful if participants are familiar with the documents and its structure and content in advance of the training.

Knowledge Level

Intermediate - Advanced

Learning Outcomes

  • Explore the purpose of BS42020 and what it can achieve for biodiversity conservation within the planning and development system.
  • Identify common problems that occur at each stage of the planning process and how the Standard can be used to address these.
  • Recognise how the Standard can be used to encourage planning applicants to provide necessary and adequate ecological information in support of their planning applications.
  • Identify how the Standard can be used by decision-makers to ensure they are able to reach a robust assessment of the likely ecological effects of proposed development, while also securing all necessary mitigation and enhancement measures as part of any planning consent.
  • Discover how the Standard can be applied to the protection of biodiversity during the construction process and to long-term environmental management and monitoring.

Refreshments

Course fee includes lunch and refreshments throughout the day.

Tickets

Tickets Person(s) Price
Early Bird Member Ticket (Fellow, Full, Associate, Grad)

(Price valid from 11/07/2018 to 16/01/2019 inclusive)
1 £195.00
Early Bird Non Member Ticket(Price valid from 11/07/2018 to 16/01/2019 inclusive ) 1 £245.00
Member Ticket 1 £215.00
Non Member Ticket 1 £265.00