i-Tree Planning Workshop

  09/09/2016
Last Updated:  09/09/2016
The Arboricultural Association
i-Tree Eco
Treeconomics
Trees and Design Action Group

The Arboricultural Association Irish Branch presents:

Planning for an i-Tree Eco Project

29 September 2016

National Botanic Gardens – Teagasc School of Amenity Horticulture, Glasnevin, Dublin

CPD: 6 hours

Member Price: €150.00 | Non-member price: €180.00

This one-day workshop is designed for decision makers who will commission and use i-Tree Eco studies: E.g.: Local authority parks superintendents, planners and landscape officers, arboricultural managers, consultants and land estate managers, together with related consultants involved in planning, landscape architecture, and urban design.

Presenter/Trainer Information:

  • Anne Jaluzot – Urban Planner & Green Infrastructure Consultant; lead author of TDAG (Trees & Design Action Group) recent guide ‘Trees in Hard Landscapes’.
  • Keith Sacre – Barcham Trees Plc & TDAG & Arboricultural Association
  • Kenton Rogers – Treeconomics Ltd.

Arrive for course commencement at 9.00am, course concludes at 4.30pm.

Please meet at the main public entrance gates to the gardens at or before 9.15 am.

This is a first come-first in event - Max seats: 20-25.

Lunch and Parking

Lunch is not included, unless availing of the additional option below. The Botanic Gardens car park is expensive (€12 per day), and on-street parking nearby is usually extremely limited. Whilst lunch is available at the restaurant or nearby pubs, we have made an arrangement with the nearby Tolka House pub for both reserved parking and a half-portion of a meal from their carvery (typically beef/turkey/ham or similar with roast spuds/mash/veg, with tea/coffee) – you can avail of this additional option for €10 – see attached booking form. If availing of this option, please remember to enter your car registration.

Booking

Please complete the form which can be downloaded from the link below and return with payment to reserve your place. If you are a local authority, or have any further queries, please contact Arboricultural Association Irish Branch officers: Felim Sheridan (087 262 9589 / arborist@ericom.net) or Roy Goodwin (087 222 5811 / roy@goodwin-arborist.com).

Download the programme/Booking Form