The Royal Town Planning Institute has launched a competition to collect photographs and drawings which depict planning in Wales. They are working with Welsh Government in the Planning Directorate to source images which represent different aspects of planning.
They are looking for images (photographs or drawings) which depict different aspects of the built and natural environment, as shaped by the planning system and development. These images may be used in various planning documents, including Planning Policy Wales and the National Development Framework.
The RTPI have suggested that participants may wish to enter images covering the following topics (although there may be other topics reflecting planning too):
Agriculture and Rural Planning
Infrastructure (including transport and water supply)
Minimising and managing risks (including pollution and flood risk)
Natural Environment (including landscape and biodiversity)
Services (including waste management and telecommunications)
Tourism, Sport and Recreation
The competition closes on Friday 10th November 2017.
Lots of wildlife information covering events, policy and training across Wales.
A major conservation project to improve some of Wales’ rarest and most important habitats gets under way this week.
Natural Resources Wales' (NRW) £4 million project will bring new life to Welsh raised bogs - rare habitats created over thousands of years when plants in the bog turn into peat and build up into a raised dome...
Several interesting job opportunities with TCV in the UK.
Of note is a placement at the World Museum, Liverpool relating to botany of intertidal mudflats.
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Directorate: Environment (Planning, Transport and Public Protection).
Closing date: 10:00 am Thursday 02/11/2017.
Salary: £22,658 - £24,964.
Pay Scale: 25-28.
All the latest Welsh wildlife news.
Lots of wildlife conservation activities for you to join in with across sites across NE Wales.
A 12-week structured programme to help young people aged 16-24 gain recognised qualifications which could enable progression onto apprenticeships or employment working in rural countryside jobs.
Cofnod, Intec, Ffordd y Parc, Parc Menai,
Bangor, Gwynedd. LL57 4FG