Seminar 2014 - Green Infrastructure and Practical Action

Venue: West Suffolk House in Bury St Edmunds Date: 25th November. Generously sponsored by Taylor Wimpey.

View the presentation stack on ISSUU or view them individually by clicking the links below:

Update on key national issues related to biodiversity in Development Management and Spatial Planning by Mike Oxford, ALGE

Delivering Green Infrastructure – from concept to implementation by St Edmundsbury Borough Council – Place Shaping Team

GI Presentation 1

GI Presentation 2

GI Presentation 3

GI Presentation 4

Community Infrastructure Levy – funding for nature Sam Hubbard, Waveney District Council

Suffolk Nature Strategy – Opportunities for planners to make a difference Nick Collinson, Suffolk County Council

Simple measures to benefit wildlife through planning – 3 case studies

Planning for Turtle Doves Andrew Holland, RSPB

Reptiles on site - are we doing our duty? Simone Bullion, Suffolk Wildlife Trust

Planning: Mitigation Measures for Stag Beetles Colin Hawes, Royal Holloway University of London and Suffolk Naturalists' Society NB This presentation will form part of Colin's PHD thesis and should not be used elsewhere without his permission. 

‘Dorset Protocol’ - an innovative approach to European Protected Species Mike Oxford, ALGE

Natural England update including SSSI Impact Risk Zones Alison Collins, Natural England

Natural England leaflet: Impact Risk Zones for Sites of Special Scientific Interest Information sheet

Natural England leaflet: Impact Risk Zones for SSSIs, Questions and Answers

Natural England leaflet: Step by Step Guide to using the SSSI IRZs downloadable dataset

View the flyer and agenda