Bookings now being taken for the INNSA Conference at MOSI on 24th March 2015.
The Invasive Non-Native Specialists Association (INNSA) is delighted to announce that bookings are now being taken for its Annual Conference which will be held at the Manchester Museum of Science and Industry (MOSI) on 24th March. The Conference will mark an important milestone in the development of INNSA with the launch of its new and ground breaking Code of Practice. This Code will enable consumers, property professionals and other stakeholders to identify specialist consultants and contractors that they can rely on to remediate invasive species such as Japanese Knotweed.
The Conference will also cover the contents of the Infrastructure Bill and the Consumer Rights Bill that will affect the invasive species remediation industry. Both of these Bills are expected to become Acts of Parliament before the General Election in May. With speakers giving the consumer, surveyors, lawyers and mortgage lenders perspective on Japanese Knotweed in particular the content of The Conference is extremely wide ranging and should be of interest to all property professionals.
Mike Clough the Chairman of INNSA said 'we are absolutely delighted that we have attracted such a varied and very distinguished list of speakers for our Conference in Manchester in March. They include the world renowned expert on invasive species Dr John Bailey from Leicester University and Rob Simpson the Chief Executive of BASIS to provide the industry expert view. Political speakers will give an expert view on the two Bills relevant to our industry which are currently going through Parliament, which constitutes breaking news for us all. With Graham Ellis from the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), Paul Broadhead from the Building Societies Association (BSA) and Simon Law from the Society of Licensed Conveyancers (SLC) we will get the property professionals perspective and the media commentator Kate Faulkner from Designs on Property will give us the all important consumer view.'
Clough added 'With the launch of the new INNSA Code of Practice, and presentations on how it will be regulated and protect consumers it is a packed agenda'. The Code will be THE Quality standard by which the invasive species remediation industry will be measured.
Immediately after the Conference on 24th March, INNSA will be open to membership applications for all those companies that aspire to be part of the industry elite.
To book a place at the Conference or for more information please contact David or Mike on 0800 130 0485 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org