11 Sep

Anti-Social Behaviour Law and Enforcement (cancelled)

CIEH Member: £189
Affiliate member: £289
Non-member: £289

Further dates: 3 October (Leeds) and 20 November (London)

15Hatfields, Chadwick Court, London, SE1 8DJ

Not open for booking

This workshop will focus on understanding and applying new legislations, which can now be used more widely and effectively so problems are dealt with at an early stage. The use of Community Protection Notices and civil injunctions will be discussed as well as applying good practice. This is an interactive workshop which is suited to both those who have experience of utilising the new powers, as well as those who are considering using them.

Benefits of attending:

  • Gain the essential knowledge about ASB powers and applying good practice
  • Learn when to use ASB powers and when to use statutory nuisance abatement notices
  • Understand the wide range of behaviours in which ASB powers can and should be utilised
  • Discuss the changes made to the Practice Note on ASB issued by CIEH in December 2017

Programme

CPD: 5 Hours

John Pointing, Legal Partner, Statutory Nuisance Solutions

John is a barrister with over 20 years’ experience in environmental and environmental health law.  His practice includes advising and representing local authorities, commercial clients and private individuals. He has acted as a legal consultant for the Temple Group, URS and ARM Acoustics. More recently, he has undertaken research into various aspects of regulatory law, notably in the fields of statutory nuisance and food safety law.  This has resulted in a number of publications in peer-reviewed journals.

David Horrocks, Technical Partner, Statutory Nuisance Solutions

David is an independent chartered environmental health practitioner. He qualified in 1976 and spent twenty years in local government. In 1992 he set up his own consultancy practice and he now specialises in environmental protection work including the control of environmental and occupational noise and the investigation and resolution of statutory nuisances. He was part of the Temple Group team that produced for Defra the Noise Management Guide for Local Authorities published in 2006 and worked on a similar document for Scottish LAs under a separate contract with the Scottish Executive. He also worked on the Temple team that produced the Odour Guidance for Local Authorities for Defra published in March 2010.

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