With a growing number of offshore wind projects being planned and constructed, it is important to assess and learn from the challenges encountered throughout the consenting process and assess what progress is being made.
The Offshore Consenting Conference will address the issues surrounding the consenting process in the UK for offshore wind farm projects.
The agenda will focus on strategic environmental assessment requirements and will look at real case studies to address the key issues relating to marine wildlife, post construction impact monitoring, industry standards and more.
- Interactive panel discussion: key government, regulator and industry speakers debate the challenges of the current consenting regime and future improvements
- Cumulative impacts: have we used up the ecological headroom?
- Case study presentations from Rampion and MW Moray offshore wind farms
- Best practice and reducing consenting risk for offshore wind farms
- Strategies to achieve effective post consent monitoring
- Plus collaborative success stories from ORJIP, FLOWW and UKFIM
Key speakers on the day:
- Mandy King, Natural Infrastructure Consents Environmental Team Leader, Department of Energy and Climate Change
- Jim McKie, Marine Planning & Policy Leader, Licensing Operations Team, Scottish Government
- Dr. Pauline Lane, Group Manager, Planning Inspectorate
- Roger Covey, Principal Advisor, Natural England
- Emilie Reeve, ORJIP Programme Manager and Head of Offshore Consenting, The Carbon Trust
- Eleri Owen, Consents Manager, Rampion Offshore Wind Farm, E.ON
- Phil McBryde, Senior Licensing Manager, Marine Management Organisation
- Annie Breaden, Policy and Consents Manager, The Crown Estate
- Dale Rodmell, Assistant Chief Executive, National Federation of Fishermen's Organisations
- Michael Wilks, Planning Project Manager, Suffolk County Council
Early Bird (book on or before 7 November): GBP 749
Standard (book after 7 November): GBP 799
NGO: GBP 449
+44 020 8267 4011