CLA Institutional Landowners Webinar Series 2020

Join us for the CLA Institutional Landowners Webinar Series 2020, “Net Gain – bringing the concept into reality” on Tuesday 6, Tuesday 13 and Tuesday 20 October.

You will learn about growing and diversifying your portfolio and adding value derived from development elsewhere. Across three separate webinars you will hear from expert speakers on their experiences of delivering net gain including Northumbrian Water, MHCLG and HS2. This series is an unmissable event for anyone working on behalf of, or with, institutional landowners.

This year the CLA Institutional Landowners Confernece supported by Bidwells and Farrer & Co, will take place virtually with three one hour webinars held over three consecutive weeks. On registering your place each delegate will receive a unique link to join the webinar each week.

How to Register:

Tickets cost £20 + VAT for all three events.

Registrations for CLA webinars are being taken via your MyCLA account. If you are not a CLA member and wish to attend the webinar series please click here to create a free MyCLA account before booking.

For assistance with logging into your new or existing MyCLA account, please contact your regional office or email events@cla.org.uk.

Tuesday 6 October, 10am – 11.30am

ADDRESSING THE CONCEPT

The term ‘net biodiversity gain’ seems to generate a degree of uncertainty and debate. This webinar will bring clarity to the thinking behind assessment of loss as well as delivery.

Tuesday 13 October, 10am – 11.30am

THE ROLE OF THE PLANNING SYSTEM AND ESTABLISHING A MARKET

This webinar will look at the provisions in the Environment Bill and how net gain will be secured and delivered though the planning system as well as the challenges and increasing potential for financial gain.

Tuesday 20 October, 10am – 11.30am

MAKING IT HAPPEN

This webinar will look at finding potential investments, delivering net gain in the real world and the difference that it will make for the business in the future.

Speakers include:


Professor Paul Leinster CBE,

Professor of Environmental Assessment,

Cranfield University


David Alborough,

Property Manager,

Northumberland Water

Max Heaver,

Net Gain Policy & Legislation Lead,

Defra

Michael Bingham,

Interim Chief Planner,

MHCL

For more information contact Emily-Rose Debenham on 01638 590429 or emily-rose.debenham@cla.org.uk