Biodiversity Net Gain and its future impact on planning

Please note this webinar has now taken place.

We are delighted to be hosting our Biodiversity Net Gain (BNG) and its future impact on planning webinar on Wednesday 8 May.

During this conversational session, Kennedys’ Legal Director Tim Stansfeld will be joined by guest speakers Henry Parkinson, Project Lead at Langley Abbey Environment Project and Harry Wright, Founder of BrightTide, to discuss:

  • The new BNG requirements and their implications for planning’s key stakeholders: developers, local planning authorities and insurers.
  • The methods that can be used to fulfil the BNG requirements.
  • The work of the Langley Abbey Environment Project and how off-site locations will play a key role in meeting the BNG requirements.
  • An overview of regenerative farming and how it relates to the BNG requirements.

This webinar will be of interest to development and planning consultants, architects, local planning authorities, real estate and property professionals, as well as insurers involved in the real estate and development sectors.

We have partnered with environmental consultancy BrightTide to deliver a Regenerative Farming Accelerator. Bringing together land and ocean farming practices as well as other businesses in the farming sector, the ground-breaking global programme aims to support businesses generally by addressing biodiversity loss and climate risks such as BNG related claims.