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Biodiversity Net Gain – Requirements, Implementation and Opportunities – Online

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Join us for this new training session to find out where Biodiversity Net Gain sits within the Environment Bill and what you need to do to comply

Biodiversity Net Gain is development that leaves biodiversity in a better state than before. Biodiversity Net Gain sits within the Environment Bill which, when in force, will require all development schemes to deliver a mandatory 10% biodiversity net gain to be maintained for at least 30 years. Many Local Planning Authorities are already requesting that plans allow for these requirements.

In this online training session, Eight Associates will fully explain the implications of Biodiversity Net Gain (BNG) requirements, including how to integrate BNG into development plans to avoid costly mistakes and achieve planning permission.

About the speaker: Stacey Cougill - Eight Associates

Stacey is a Director at Eight Associates; she is a qualified BREEAM Assessor and Suitably Qualified Ecologist (SQE). Within Eight Group Stacey leads the ecology and conservation aspects of the business. She has delivered a wide range of sustainability projects of all scales over the last 19 years which includes offsetting using bespoke nature-based solutions.

Stacey’s experience includes large complex sustainability developments for the corporate and built environment with a specific focus on ecology and conservation. Stacey holds a BSc in Environmental Science and an MSc in Conservation Biology from Manchester Metropolitan University. Stacey previously worked as Biodiversity Manager within the planning department of the City of Westminster. She is a full member of the Chartered Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management (CIEEM).

February 24th, 2022 16:00 through 18:00
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Members £25.00
Non-Members £35.00
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