There is no doubt that the outcome of the UK referendum on membership of the EU will generate significant interest across the regulatory, scientific and food production community. To address this and to offer a first insight, the theme of the 2016 BCPC will now feature how the agricultural and regulatory environment might change in the UK.

hse-small-logoThis year’s Congress offers a programme of presentations, Q&A sessions, panel discussions and a CRD workshop (topic to be announced)┬ácovering existing and future regulatory challenges.

A revised programme will be announced which will include those advertised presentations on EU regulatory progress and challenges, voluntary initiatives and the challenges presented by changes in arable agriculture in Europe. New presentations will include opinion from across the spectrum of stakeholders such as industry and their associations, policy makers, growers representatives and regulators.

All presentations will be delivered by experts in their field and delegates will have ample opportunity in Q&A sessions and at breaks to meet colleagues, experts and suppliers of services to the industry.

Please watch this space for announcements on additions to the programme.

Click here to view the latest confirmed speakers. Further information on the programme will be announced soon.


To register, discuss sponsorship, exhibition or advertising opportunities, please contact us:

by phone: +44 (0) 1423 863 522

by email: [email protected]

BASIS Professional Register