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The British Institute of Agricultural Consultants
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Events

For further information about any of the events, please call the office 01275 375559 or e-mail info@biac.co.uk.

Date Event Brochure Booking Organiser
04/04/2017 Working with Soil - Exposing and Describing a Soil Profile

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Shuttleworth College, Old Warden Park, Biggleswade SG18 9DX, United Kingdom

10/05/2017 Working with Soil - Understanding Soil Variability at Landscape to Local Scale

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Plumpton College, Sussex, United Kingdom

23/05/2017 Lunch, AGM & Grosvenor Farm Visit

11am - Meet at The White Horse, at Churton, Chester Road, Churton CH3 6LA
11.30am - ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
12.30pm - Lunch followed by an introduction to Grosvenor Farms by Mark Roach
1.30pm - Farm visit to Grosvenor Farms

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21/06/2017 BIAC SW Region Legal Update - the latest planning legislation and case law affecting rural development

Legal Update - the latest planning legislation and case law affecting rural development

Frogmary Green Farm, West Street, South Petherton TA13 5DJ

9.45am Registration

10am Alex Madden from Thrings to review the latest cases going through the Courts and discuss the implications for rural planning

12.30pm Lunch

2pm Optional Farm Tour of Frogmary Green Farm

 

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27/06/2017 Working With Soil - An Introduction to Soil Classification Training Course

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BCA College, Maidenhead, United Kingdom

05/10/2017 BIAC Rural Planning Conference 2017

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Williams Conference Centre, Wantage

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02/11/2017 BIAC North West Region Visit & Lunch

Broughton (Chester) – where such aviation classics as De Havilland’s Comet and Mosquito were produced during its history – is responsible for assembling the wings for all Airbus civil aircraft, including the new-generation A350 XWB. Producing over 1,000 wings a year, the site employs more than 6,000 people – primarily in manufacturing, but also in engineering and support functions such as procurement and finance. 

Wing sets are transported to the final assembly lines in various ways, including by road and the Airbus Beluga Super Transporter aircraft. A380 wings are transported by road and sea to aircraft final assembly in Toulouse, France.

After the tour, lunch will be at a local pub.

Please email victoria@biac.co to reserve your space (max. 20)

 

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