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2023 CLA Institutional Landowners’ Conference, 'New Markets: Fad or the Future?'

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2023 CLA Institutional Landowners’ Conference “New Markets: Fad or Future?”

Join us for the 2023 CLA Institutional Landowners’ Conference on Wednesday 15 March at BMA House in London.

Supported by Bidwells, the theme of this year’s event is “New Markets: Fad or Future?”, and it is aimed at anyone working on behalf of, or with, institutional landowners.

As both institutions and businesses are working hard to achieve ambitious sustainability and net zero targets, this one-day conference will focus on the crucial role that institutional landowners can play in offering strategic sites and providing offsets.

Ensure you and your colleagues don’t miss this important opportunity to actively engage in the discussion – register now.

Book today to discover:

  • the many new opportunities available – carbon, Biodiversity Net Gain, natural capital, nutrient neutrality and other offsets;
  • areas of risk for landowners and how to mitigate them; and
  • which institutions are leading the way so you can draw on their experiences and insights to create a blueprint for success.

Speakers include:

  • Professor Sir Charles Godfray – Director of the Oxford Martin School, University of Oxford – on “Is consensus on land in Britain possible?”;
  • Eoin Murray – Head of Investment at Federated Hermes – on what investors are looking for in terms of environmental delivery;
  • Matthew Morris from the Duchy of Cornwall on how its extensive natural capital survey influences its financial decisions;
  • Romane Thomas – Investment and Sustainability Officer, Trinity College, University of Cambridge – on the importance of sustainability and net zero in the college’s decision making;
  • Sir Edward Milbank of Barningham Estate on how carbon drives tree planting and management decisions;
  • David Lowe from Warwickshire County Council on how the council has led offsetting from developers;
  • John Macmillan from Cambridgeshire County Council on how the council has delivered strategic development and brought land to market for biodiversity offset.
  • Richard Quartermaine, Head of Sustainability, Urban & Civic

For the full programme click here

Take advantage of the exclusive early bird rate for CLA members and book your place today.

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Event Details

Wednesday 15 March 2023
9:00AM - 4:00PM
BMA House, Tavistock Square, London, WC1H 9JP
Early bird Member rate - £150 + VAT
Member rate - £199 + VAT
Non-member rate - £300 + VAT