The second edition of the Offshore Consenting Conference 2013 will take place on 26 June 2013, in London, United Kingdom. This event encourages industry-wide coordination to optimise processes through consenting regimes. As the first Round 3 projects come closer to being consented, it is important to assess and learn from the challenges that have been encountered throughout the process in order to look forward to consenting future offshore wind schemes.
To see the conference agenda for 2013 click here.
Highlights will include:
- The latest interpretation of the Habitat Regulations and progress of developments since Defra’s Implementation Review
Future-proofing consents – strategies for incorporating R&D unknowns into applications
- Approaches for defining cumulative impact constraints and best-practice methods for assessments
- An update of on the Planning Inspectorate’s consenting regime one year on and what challenges the first projects through the system have faced
Who should attend?
Developers, Consultants, Lawyers and Stakeholders:
Environment & Consents Manager/Consultant
Round 3 Manager
Regulatory Policy Manager
Offshore Renewables Advisor
For more information click here.
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