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Event Organiser: ICE

Ecology for engineers, Ipswich

  • Lecture
  • Ipswich
  • 23 January 2019
  • 18:00 - 20:00
Ecology for engineers, Ipswich

About this event

Considering ecology throughout the design process and identifying constraints early on will help ensure projects are more likely to be approved and are less likely to lead to significant costs and delays.

The focus will be on common ecological constraints to development and how to recognise them, including legally protected species and invasive species. Specific case studies relevant to the east of England will be used as examples.

Speakers

Alanna Cooper - BSc(Hons) CEnv CSci MCIEEM MCIWEM

Technical Director with MLM Consulting Engineers

Alanna has experience with high level reviews, major EIAs and provision of detailed documents to support planning applications for both small and large projects, including plans for habitat mitigation and translocation of species. Her particular specialisms are bird surveys, detailed botanical surveys (including National Vegetation Classification surveys) and the preparation of comprehensive ecological habitat creation/restoration and landscape management plans and being lead ecological clerk of works.

Alanna has been involved in numerous projects including residential and commercial developments, flood defence repair schemes, rail schemes and land reclamation projects. Alanna’s experience also covers surveys and management of invasive species, contaminated land and brownfield sites.

Event venue

Jackson Civil Engineering
30 White House Road
Ipswich
Ipswich IP1 5LT
United Kingdom

For more information please contact:

Chris Dodson

e: chris.dodson@ice.org.uk

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