The 2020 National Conference: Trees, People and the Built Environment 4 will be held in Birmingham on 22 - 23 April
Aston Webb Building, University of Birmingham, Edgbaston, Birmingham, B15 2TT
Delegates will hear from influencers, both from the UK and overseas. Among them will be:
- Professor Suzanne Simard, University of British Columbia
- Yvonne Lynch, Urban Greening and Resilience Consultant
- Ian Bateman OBE FRSA FRSB, Professor of Environmental Economics, University of Exeter
- Nadine Galle, Green City Watch
Birmingham Botanical Gardens, Westbourne Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham B15 3TR
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The Institute has agreed preferential bed and breakfast rates for delegates at Birmingham Marriott Hotel for £126.00 single occupancy, within easy access of the University of Birmingham. Preferential rates are subject to availability and online booking via the link below. Accommodation is not included in the conference ticket price. You can book your accommodation here.
Preferential accommodation rates, directions and other information can be accessed via our TPBE4 Delegate Information page.
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Hours allocated for Continuous Professional Development are on a self-assessment basis and may not be appropriate for all disciplines/professions. As a guide, Chartered Members of the Institute who attend the full conference including the AGM and the Conference Dinner may record up to 18 hours in accordance to the relevance to their own personal development plan.
For any enquiries about the conference, please contact the Institute on 0131 240 1425 or at email@example.com
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