River Restoration conference 2010



University of York, 14th – 16th April 2010

(Includes optional site visit in the Ripon Catchment on the 16th April)

This year’s presentations will cover the following areas:

  • Putting river restoration into planning policy
  • Delivering restoration for social, economic, landscape and habitat benefit
  • Planning restoration for the Water Framework Directive (WFD)
  • Global river restoration perspectives
  • Project appraisal for adaptive management and reducing uncertainty
  • Urban river corridors
  • New indices and methodological approaches for use in river restoration

The main aim of this conference is to provide a forum for information exchange and discussion. Make this your opportunity to voice your opinions on how we can deliver sustainable river restoration.

Full residential delegate fee for RRC members is £315 which includes the full 2 day conference fee (14th-15th), lunch both days, dinner, en-suite room 14th & breakfast 15th.

Booking forms and the draft programme are now available online.  Discretionary discounted places may be available for small NGOs, Trusts, students and similar organisations. To request a discounted place please contact the Centre.

The Conference Booking Form can be found at:  www.therrc.co.uk/rrc_news.php

If you are interested in sponsoring this conference please contact the Centre

For more information about the RRC, refer to our website: www.therrc.co.uk, email us at: rrc@therrc.co.uk or call 01234 752979. We can also be found on Facebook by searching ‘the River Restoration Centre’ for the latest updates.


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