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Tay Estuary Forum 2014 conference

4 April 2014: £60 (£30 for students)
at West Park Conference Centre, Perth Road, Dundee DD2 1NN
for any interested parties
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The 17th annual conference of the Tay Estuary Forum will focus on Creative Coasts when it is held at the West Park Conference Centre in Dundee on 4 April 2014.

Some of the subjects featured at the conference will be:

  • Scientists and artists combine, illustrating innovative ways of engaging communities with the coast
  • 2014 Commonwealth Games preparations and venue development at Barry Buddon, Angus
  • Planning update by Marine Scotland for Offshore Renewables around Scotland
  • Guardbridge Energy Centre: Sustainable Power and Research Campus (SPARC)
  • Flood defence and assessment of storm damage to coastal sites and assets
  • Celebrating local biodiversity with local artists.

The full programme can be downloaded below.

Exhibits, artwork, refreshments and a seated buffet lunch provided. Student delegates can get a discounted rate. For a full programme and booking form visit the Tay Estuary Forum web page. Booking has been extended until 28 March.

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