12 November 202018:00 - 19:30 GMT
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The majority of large infrastructure projects are now consented through a process under the Planning Act 2008 known as the Development Consent Order (DCO) process.
This is a legalistic process, but also one that relies heavily on the input of engineers. Engineers create statutorily required documentation, inform the compulsory acquisition and environmental choices that are made to help facilitate the project, and undertake the work to envisage detailed methodologies at a preliminary design stage.
This presentation will explain the complex DCO process, with an emphasis on the role of the engineer and how their input can make a difference to the client. The framework, within which the DCO process operates, will also be explained.
Matthew Fox is an Associate at Pinsent Masons, which is an international company supplying clients with legal advice. They support organisations in strategic global sectors which include infrastructure, energy, and manufacturing and technology.
Matthew’s work has focused on infrastructure projects which has involved working alongside engineers.
Past and present projects include A303 Stonehenge, Lowestoft and Great Yarmouth Third Crossings Heathrow Runway 3, Tilbury2 and Silvertown Tunnel.
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