Rachel Taylor, Associate Environmental Planner, is a confirmed speaker at Scotland's premier Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) conference at 3:30pm on Thursday 23 May at Edinburgh Training and Conference Venue.
The conference returns for it's third year in partnership with Fothergill Training & Consulting Ltd, the Scottish Government and the EIA consulting bodies - SEPA, SNH, HES. The conference will look at opportunities for enhancing Scottish EIA practice, both now and in the future, by exploring how sharing innovation and experience can drive more effective assessments.
Alongside the Scottish Government, we will speaking on the topic "Plenary: EIA's role in place-making". Rachel will be sharing our experience and integrated approach to EIA, how this helps clients and positively influences placemaking and the communities within which developments are located. She will also take part in a panel Q&A to end the conference.
Peter George, Business Director in the Environmental Planning team commented, “I’m delighted that we are sponsoring the Scottish EIA Conference. The event provides a great opportunity to share knowledge and experience from all over the UK and stimulate debate on making EIA more effective and proportionate. In particular, I look forward to sharing some of our experiences of EIA in placemaking, as well as having the opportunity to establish relationships with new clients.”
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