I am delighted to announce that the newly formed southeast branch of the Irish Landscape Institute will be holding a lecture on Landscape Character Assessment & the National Landscape Strategy as its inaugural event. And it's a FREE lecture!
All students, policy-makers and practitioners in the fields of landscape, planning and the environment are invited to attend. We would also warmly welcome interested members of the public to this event.
Details: ILI Southeast branch - Inaugural Lecture:
Landscape Character Assessment & the National Landscape Strategy
Wed June 20th from 6.30pm
The Heritage Council, Church Lane, Kilkenny
Speaker: Alison Harvey, Heritage Council Planning & Development Officer
7.00pm Tim Austen welcomes all to ILI (southeast branch)
7.05pm ILI President’s address by Mary-Anne Harris
7.15pm Presentation by Alison Harvey
Alison will give an overview of existing and proposed Landscape Policy in Ireland, looking at the National Landscape Strategy and the need for landscape character assessment (LCA) as a participative tool in landscape management and planning. The SEA for the Off-Shore Renewable Energy Development Plan will be discussed.
I hope you can make it to this event. Don't just read about it - be there!
If you have any questions and comments, please fill in my comments form and I will come right back to you.
P.O. Box 11068
Tel: 01 6627409