Environmental Industries Commission (EIC)
The EIC was launched in 1995 to provide environmental technology equipment and services suppliers with a strong and effective voice to influence the debate on the furture of the industry among policymakers in Westminster, Whitehall and Brussels. It aims to promote constructive co-operation between the regulated, the regulators and the UK's environmental technology suppliers who serve them. Over 220 companies are members of the EIC and the number is growing rapidly
Mr Adrian Wilkes
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EIC's National Brownfield Development Conference takes place on October 23
The Environmental Industries Association has put together an enviable line up of policy makers and industry experts for its National Brownfield Development Conference set to take place in London next Thursday.
The event, to be held at the prestigious College of Surgeons on October 23, will feature addresses from the Minister for Local Environment Quality, two shadow Ministers and the chief executive of the Homes & Communities Agency.
There will also be speeches from key figures from regulatory bodies and the business sector.
As economic conditions get tougher the need to be at the forefront of policy and market developments becomes even more pressing. Those involved in brownfield need to understand the changing drivers behind commercial developments, public sector regeneration and house-building and to insure they are not caught unawares by the rapidly evolving regulatory requirements.
The conference brings together a unique line up of leading policy makers and key industry players to set out the key drivers of the brownfield development and the rapid developments in the regulatory regime.
The event has been established as the leading national forum for all those involved in brownfield development to understand the policy framework, network with industry leaders, promote their capabilities and to exchange ideas and best practice.
The conference will also offer networking opportunities.
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For further information please email Environmental Industries Commission (EIC)