Thrings to host Biodiversity Net Gain seminar in Swindon

Biodiversity and planning Thrings lawyers

Biodiversity Net Gain continues to be a major talking point in the world of planning, with the topic set to be the focus of a breakfast event next week, hosted by Thrings.

Organised by the RTPI Wiltshire Young Planners and held at Thrings’ Swindon office, the policy and practice seminar will focus on what BNG means to landowners, how local authorities are tackling the concept and what the practicalities are for developers.

Thrings is proud to sponsor the seminar, with Planning and Environment solicitor Kiran Maher one of the co-organisers of the event and both Rebecca Stanton and Harvey Davies, also of the Planning and Environment team, set to speak at the event.

Taking place on Tuesday, 21 November at 8.30am, the event is open to all members and non-members. To find out more and to sign up, visit the RTPI website.

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