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Living with Minerals 4 - Shaping UK minerals policy - Part 2 Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Chairman’s address andintroductionNigel Jackson, ChairmanCBI Minerals GroupLiving with minerals 4: Shaping UK minerals policyGlobalism to localism
  • 2. Living with minerals 4Shaping UK minerals policy Globalism to localism 7 November 2011
  • 3. Living with minerals 4Shaping UK minerals policy Globalism to localism 7 November 2011
  • 4. Agenda11:15 Opening address and introduction Nigel Jackson, Chairman, CBI Minerals Group11:25 Economic outlook and prospects for UK business John Cridland CBE, Director-General, CBI11:45 Ministerial keynote speech Bob Neill MP, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Department for Communities & Local Government12:05 A global view of mineral geopolitics 15:10 Reports to conference by UK Minerals Forum (UKMF) Working Groups Michael Lynch-Bell, Senior Partner, Mining & Metals Facilitated by Michael Rodd and introduced by Dr Keith Duff, chairman, UKMF Transactions Advisory Services, Ernst & Young 15:20 UKMF Working Group 1 - Distributing minerals and future markets12:25 EU raw materials supply initiative - update Paul Wilcox, Secretary, Planning Officers Society’s Minerals and Waste Forum Gwenole Cozigou, Director, European Commission Enterprise and Industry Directorate-General 16:10 Refreshments12:45 Case studies - the link between minerals and 16:40 UKMF Working Group 2 - Planning Skills security of food supply and other uses David Brewer, Director-General, Confederation of UK Coal Producers Professor David Manning, Professor of Soil Science, Newcastle University 17:30 UKMF Working Group 3 - Communities and Communications Dr Brian Marker, Former Chairman of UKMF and Independent Advisor13:05 University forum & Q&A Update and discussion on the work that is taking place 18:20 Closing Summary in Universities and the potential link with Industry Paul Wilkinson, Head of Living Landscape, The Wildlife Trusts13:30 Lunch 18:30 Close14:30 Localism and impacts on planning for UK minerals 19:00 House of Commons Reception, hosted by APMG Ian Lamond, Partner, Stephens & Scown 19.30 Reception welcome14:50 Between a rock and a hard place: making minerals Nigel Jackson, Chairman, CBI Minerals Group matter with the public Roger Williams MP, Co-Chair, APMG Professor Iain Stewart, Geologist and Broadcaster, Baroness Andrews, Chair, English Heritage University of Plymouth Roger Bright, CEO, The Crown EstateLiving with minerals 4: Shaping UK minerals policyGlobalism to localism
  • 5. Living with minerals 4Shaping UK minerals policy Globalism to localism 7 November 2011
  • 6. Michael RoddBroadcasterLiving with minerals 4: Shaping UK minerals policyGlobalism to localism
  • 7. Living with minerals 4Shaping UK minerals policy Globalism to localism 7 November 2011
  • 8. Economic outlook and prospectsfor UK businessJohn Cridland CBE, Director-GeneralCBILiving with minerals 4: Shaping UK minerals policyGlobalism to localism
  • 9. Living with minerals 4Shaping UK minerals policy Globalism to localism 7 November 2011
  • 10. Ministerial keynote speechBob Neill MP, Parliamentary UnderSecretary of StateCommunities and Local GovernmentLiving with minerals 4: Shaping UK minerals policyGlobalism to localism
  • 11. Living with minerals 4Shaping UK minerals policy Globalism to localism 7 November 2011
  • 12. A global view of mineralgeopoliticsMichael Lynch-Bell, Senior Partner, Mining& Metals Transactions Advisory ServicesErnst & Young LLPLiving with minerals 4: Shaping UK minerals policyGlobalism to localism