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Posted by: Hannah Maben - BSc (Hons) MIEEM on 27/07/2010

Our recent free-of-charge tour giving Continued Professional Development training has proven to be very successful. The CPD was offered to clients and their advisors in relation to the changes to the Conservation (Natural Habitats, &c.) Regulations 1994, which has implications to the planning, design and implementation of sites, with respect to European Protected Species e.g. great crested newt, bats and otter.

Testimonials for the CPD, include:

“Thanks for coming over to do the presentation! – I think it was really helpful – and the feedback from the rest of the Land Team was positive in that its all information that they need to know (even if they don’t want to!).”

(Planning Manager for Linden Homes)
 

“We all found it very informative, and you certainly helped to emphasise the importance of considering ecological implications at the early stages of the programme of works....you’re obviously very au fait with eco-legislation, and this came across very much in your presentation... You’re a pleasure to work with.”

(Environmental Scientist for WorleyParsons Komex)
 

We are happy to continue to provide the CPD described above free-of-charge but will be offering other specialist CPD for a fixed fee of £300:

  • The Practicalities of Developing a Site with Ecological Constraints
  • Turning Ecological Constraints into Opportunities
  • The Implications of Planning Policy Statement 9
  • How to Clear Ecological Conditions

If you have particular CPD needs please contact us on 01225 874 040 or

info@ecosulis.co.uk


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