DCF Annual Conference 2022 – Presentation slides!
Posted : September 23, 2022
A big thank you to everyone who came along to the DCF annual conference on the 20th September at Kingston Maurward College, we had a great attendance with over 100 DCF members joining us!
There were 17 inspiring presentations from a range of presenters and organisations, 13 information stands and lots of networking and catching up taking place.
DCF Annual Conference 20 September 2022
Posted : September 5, 2022
This years Dorset Coast Forum’s Annual Conference will be our first face-to-face conference since 2019. We very much look forward to meeting our members, to sharing experiences and knowledge along the coast and to hearing what projects develop after some extensive networking!
When: Tuesday 20th September, 9.30am to 5pm
Where: Kingston Maurward College, Dorchester
Presentations will include new technologies supporting coastal habitat conservation, digital influence on tourism, plans to help combat climate change and water pollution, and planned coastal developments in relation to flood defence and improving seafronts.
As well as a full day’s agenda and panel discussion session there will be information stalls showcasing coastal projects, research and technologies and ideal network opportunities.
If you would like to hold an information stall at the conference to showcase your project, please contact Toni or Nikki at firstname.lastname@example.org
EVENTS: Weymouth Neighbourhood Plan Design Code Virtual Tours
Posted : September 1, 2022
Do you live, work or visit Weymouth Town Centre and Harbourside?
What makes this part of Weymouth unique?
Which areas and buildings do you most admire?
Which parts could be improved?
Join one of our online workshops to share your thoughts and ideas whilst we take a virtual tour of Weymouth together.
The Weymouth Neighbourhood Plan Design Code is going to encourage good design and potentially unlock stalled sites in the central area. This work is part of the Governments Pathfinders program and Weymouth has been selected as a challenging area. We need the views of the local community and this is your chance to let us know what you think. You can contribute by taking part in a series of online tours.
For more information and to register check out the information on the eventbrite link for your area.