International Conference 1996
Laws: Are they too Severe?"
postage: Ireland - €2.00; UK & Europe - €4.00;
of the World - €4.00)
Mr. Matt Murphy.
Island Marine Station Environmental Award 1996.
Presented to Mr. Tony O'Mahony
Mr. Hugh Coveney, T.D., Minister of State at the Department
Zealand's Planning Law - The Resource Management Act"
Mr. Craig Lawson, Manager, Environment Policy Directorate,
Ministry for the Environment, Wellington, New Zealand.
Taisce and Its Statutory Role"
Prof. Frank Convery, Chairman, An Taisce, Dublin, Ireland.
and Development: Need for Order in Planning"
Mr. Paddy D'Arcy, County Manager, Kerry County Council,
Tralee, Co. Kerry, Ireland.
Mr. John Ballard, Director of Planning, Land Use, Department
of the Environment, London, UK.
UK Planning System - An Environmental Perspective"
Mr. Tony Burton, Head of Planning and Natural Resources,
The Council for the Protection of Rural England, London, UK.
Responsibility of Local Authorities in Planning"
Ms. Mary Moylan, Principal Officer, Planning and Land
Section, Department of the Environment, Dublin, Ireland.
International between Canada's Municipal, Provincial and Federal
Governments in Planning"
Mr. W. A. Coulter, Director - Atlantic Region, Canadian
Environmental Assessment Agency, Nova Scotia, Canada.
Appeals: Role of An Bord Pleanála"
Mr. John Carroll, Chief Officer, An Bord Pleanála,
Management Planning - An EPA Perspective"
Ms. Ann Butler, Direcotr, Environmental Management &
Planning Division, Environmental Protection Agency, Wexford,
Industry Prosper under the Present Planning Laws?"
Dr. Mary Kelly, Environmental Executive, IBEC (Irish Business
and Employers Confederation), Dublin, Ireland.
and Industrial Development in the United States - The Impact"
Mr. Edward J. Sullivan, Preston Gates & Ellis, Attorneys,
Portland, Oregon, USA.
Implications of Low Lying or Eroding Shore for Coastal Planning"
Mr. Ian Townsend, ABP Research Consultancy Ltd., Southampton,
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