24th April 2024 - 12:00pm - 1:00pm

This webinar is the second in a series of webinars by the IEMA Biodiversity and Natural Capital Network on nature and finance.

This webinar explores different options for BNG compensation from a range of different compensation providers, including a review of S106 and conservation covenant agreements. Attendees will understand how the provision of offsite units varies between counties and compensation providers with a range of different models for delivery described during the session.

Target audience: Ecological consultants, developers, local authorities, sustainability managers, environment managers, planners

Speakers will include:

  • Rachael Rhodes, an Ecologist at Merseyside Environmental Advisory Service, who work with local authorities in the Liverpool area
  • Christy Wells, a Surveyor, from property consultants, Fisher German
  • Joe Heath, Head of Environment and Biodiversity at The Land Trust, supporters of long-term sustainable management of open spaces for communities
  • Chaired by Faye Durkin, Head of Ecology and Greengage Environmental and co-Chair of the IEMA Biodiversity and Natural Capital Network.