01275 375559

Online Rural Planning Conference

Online Rural Planning Conference

PLANNING REFORM GALORE!

LEVELLING UP OR LEFT BEHIND FOR THE COUNTRYSIDE?

7th October 2021

BOOK ONLINE

BOOK VIA EMAIL
Forward your booking form to info@biac.co.uk with confirmation of BACS payment to: BIAC Account Number 90192473 | Sort Code 20 01 09 using Reference ‘7th Oct’

BOOK VIA POST
Please complete the booking form and return with cheque payment to: BIAC, The Farm Office, Redend Farm, Station Road, Pilning, Bristol BS35 4JW

DOWNLOAD BROCHURE/BOOKING FORM (PDF)

Online Rural Planning Conference

Programme

Rural Planning Conference Programme

BIAC Rural Planning Conference

Press Release

A LOOK AHEAD, BEST PRACTICE AND WHAT’S DOWN THE ROAD FOR PLANNING

With the planning system undergoing a welter of change, how will this impact on farming and the rural economy? Are you up to date with legislation, heritage and biodiversity and where diversification is going? Hear from expert speakers on the latest developments in rural planning and join in a virtual visit to the fictitious "Border Farm" to see how one intrepid farmer is coping with change!

An exciting and comprehensive programme has been organised for the British Institute of Agricultural Consultants (BIAC) annual rural planning conference, to be held virtually on Thursday 7th October.

A warm invitation is extended to BIAC members, colleagues, professional advisors and those involved or interested in the planning decision making process, to register their place on the half day Zoom conference from 9.30am until 1pm.

Conference chair Ruth Farrell of DJM Consulting is looking forward to hosting such a diverse range of speakers at the annual conference. She said ‘ We are fortunate to have such a wide range of knowledgeable industry experts talking about the latest challenges and opportunities facing the planning making process’. ‘We will cover topics including the Planning White Paper, how to successfully apply for planning with nature in mind, as well as discussing live case studies including a virtual tour of a fictitious farm on the English / Welsh border’.

BIAC chairman Tony Kernon of Kernon Rural Consulting said ‘I’m delighted to be co organising such a stimulating and informative online conference once again’. ‘We hope that the speaker line up brings plenty of interactive discussion, questions and informs all attendees about industry best practice as well as what might be around the corner’.

Download full press release (PDF)

Download conference media pack (PDF)

BIAC Rural Planning Conference sponsored by Thrings