UK: Zyda Law To Run Free "Legal Hub" Service At The Energy Event 2014
Last Updated: 5 August 2014

September sees the return of The Energy Event at Birmingham's NEC. The conference is one of the industry's largest exhibitions which informs energy professionals about the latest technologies and services that can reduce costs and comply with legislation.

We are delighted to announce that Zyda Law will once again be sponsoring the event, and running theLegal Hub feature where attendees will have the opportunity to have a free appointment with one of our legal experts..

With over two decades of experience, Zyda Law is a leading specialist in planning and environmental law for major infrastructure projects.  With our help, some of the UK's biggest developments have become a reality.  We have leading expertise in navigating regulatory and statutory processes to achieve planning consents and environmental permits for large scale developments.  

To book an appointment, all you'll need to do is head to The Energy Event website and check the available dates and times, fill in your details and then submit your request to our expert planning and environmental solicitors.

In addition, Assistant Solicitor, Jonathan Leary, will be participating in a panel discussion  "Delivering the next generation: How legislation really translates in practice" which will take place on Tuesday 16th September 2014 between 14:00 and 14:40 on the Energy Leader's Theatre.

Jonathan will be discussing how current and forthcoming policy and legislation will affect the delivery of the next wave of much needed energy generation alongside Roger Harrabin, the BBC's Environment Analyst, and one of their senior journalists on environment and energy.

The Energy Event will take place on Tuesday 16th and Wednesday 17th September 2014. Tickets are available on the website. The conference will take place at The National E C, Birmingham, B40 1NT. 

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