Trees Legal & Planning Update - Winchester

Date

September 25 2014 • 2.30pm
to 5.00pm

Contact

Adam Turner 0118 9874900 adam.turner@riba.org

venue

Winchester Guildhall, Winchester, Winchester

Tickets

Adults: £85+VAT
Concessions: £15+VAT
Members: £59+VAT
Book tickets Member booking

Tickets

Adults: £85+VAT
Concessions: £15+VAT
Members: £59+VAT
Book tickets Member booking

Architects involved in development sites with trees will know that they are becoming an increasingly important material consideration in planning applications and failure to properly consider them can result in serious project delays.  Dave and Phil will step through the changes that may affect designers and will offer case study examples to illustrate how potential obstacles can be overcome.

Further exploring the development theme, as building opportunities become scarcer, constructing closer to trees is inevitable and can pose a significant constraint on maximising site value.  It is possible for trees and structures to co-exist in close proximity, but convincing often pessimistic planners relies on having case studies to illustrate what can be achieved with modern techniques.  Dave and Phil will finish by referencing a number of our high-profile projects to explore just what the potential is for retrofitting trees into highly urbanised areas, and incorporating existing and new trees into new high density developments.

Speakers:
Phillip Brophy
holds the Higher National Diploma in Arboriculture obtained from the University of Central Lancashire, hosted by Myerscough College. He is a Professional member and Registered Consultant of the Arboricultural Association, a Chartered Forester and a Chartered Environmentalist.  He has been working in arboriculture since 1993. His first post was as an arborist during his placement year with the Bartlett Tree Expert Co in Philadelphia, USA. On graduating, he joined Southern Tree Surgeons, a national arboricultural contracting company.

David Cashman holds the City and Guilds Certificate in Arboriculture, and the Royal Forestry Society’s Professional Diploma in Arboriculture, which is the premier qualification within the Arboricultural Profession. He is a Fellow and Registered Consultant of the Arboricultural Association, and a Chartered Forester.  He has worked in local government and commercial tree management for nearly 30 years. David has delivered training workshops in the UK and New Zealand, and is currently attending the Cardiff University Expert Witness Training Course.

To book your place, please complete and return the booking form Trees,Legal&PlanningUpdate-Winchester-25Sept14. For further information please contact Adam Turner at adam.turner@riba.org or alternatively please call 0118 987 4900.

20% discount available for Club Ticket Holders, contact Adam Turner for details.

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