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SoilsCon 2016 – Soil use and management

Wed 5 October 2016

SoilsCon 2016 – Soil use and management

Time: 9.00 to 16.30

Location: Phyllis Court, Marlow Road, Henley on Thames, Oxon RG9 2HT

Cost: £90 + VAT (LI/BALI/SGD members) or £110 + VAT (non-members)

Following the success last October of the inaugural soils conference organised by soil scientist and landscape consultant Tim O’Hare, SoilsCon 2016 on Wednesday, 5th October, will provide landscape architects, housebuilders, developers, engineers and landscape contractors with practical knowledge, ideas and solutions for the successful use and management of soils.

The impressive line-up of seven respected industry speakers promises another full day of professional development, discussion and networking. This year the conference will focus on the common problems that occur and the mistakes made across the industry with regards to soil use. The talks are intended to provide up-to-date knowledge, practical ideas and solutions in the areas of soil management, selection, specification, manufacture, contamination and analysis.

Lunch and refreshments provided. Phyllis Court has excellent transport links by road (M40, M4) and rail, with collection from Henley railway station available on the day.

To book online visit www.toha.co.uk


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