The Amenity Forum has announced that its 2020 Conference will go ahead on October 15th at the Kettering Conference Centre.
The conference will also be made available on–line to registered delegates. The Forum will be using specialist conferencing software for those unable to attend in person.
Having liaised with the venue and all concerned, it is felt possible to run the event at the conference centre and all measures will be taken in terms of social distancing and related matters.
Professor Moverley, Chairman of the Forum, said: “We did consider delaying the event but we believe that there are so many important issues facing the sector currently, not least the on-going review of the National Action Plan by the UK and national governments.
“The conference has become an important one for the sector. We can assure delegates that all precautions will be taken and feel the offer of on–line access is a positive step. We recognise some delegates may still have reservations on attending in person.”
The title of the conference is ‘Amenity Management – Planning for the Future’ and a range of high–quality speakers has been secured to address the issues. Indeed, our first speaker from Defra will bring up to the minute policy statements and will be followed by other speakers covering current issues.
Rates for Attending at Venue: £85 + VAT for Members; and £95 + VAT for Non-Member.
An early bird discount of £10 for full conference delegates applies for bookings made before September 1st.
Online Attendance: £45 + VAT for Members; and £50 + VAT for Non-Member.
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