There are no shortage of issues and challenges impacting upon the amenity sector. These include BREXIT and its implications, the recent protracted process leading up to re-approval of glyphosate, the current review of the National Action Plan implementing the Sustainable use Directive in the UK.
Creating the right amenity areas impacts on everyone in terms of our streets and pavements, transport networks, parks and play areas, sports surfaces and again the list goes on.
We have just enjoyed a very successful Olympics and there will be impact on public engagement. This needs clean, safe areas to kick that ball around, run and jump. We need to ensure the public understands that the methods we use to control weeds and produce good surfaces are safe and professionally managed and based upon proper science and years of experience.
The Amenity Forum is holding its annual conference and associated exhibition on October 13th   It is an opportunity to hear first class speakers address the current topics and their implications, to see at first hand new innovations and ideas.
The conference  is being held at the home of Burton Albion FC at Burton on Trent, the delegate fee is £65 and you can book your place simply by emailing conference@amenityforum.net

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