Missed the EIA transposition presentations? Catch up online
If you did not manage to get into any of IEMA’s environmental impact assessment (EIA) transposition events (London, 16 May; Edinburgh, 24 May; Cardiff, 31 May), you can still access all the presentations and advice provided to the 250 delegates who joined us for the three events in England, Scotland and Wales.
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As we celebrate the 10-year anniversary of the EIA Quality Mark, IEMA can announce that, during the past 12 months, the scheme has undergone a thorough review of practice, including stakeholder consultation with registrants and assessors, in order to improve it.
The delivery of effective outcomes for the environment, communities and development is a team effort, and more so when it comes to consenting projects that undergo Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA).