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07 March 2019

PestEx 2019 guide and overview

Over 2,500 pest management professionals are scheduled to arrive at the London ExCeL on 20-21 March - will you be one of them?

Potentially the largest UK gathering of people interested in public health pest control will be assembling for the biggest exhibition and conference we’ve ever planned. At the time of printing, we’ve already got over 1,500 guests pre-registered with more coming in every day. Everyone’s invited. Everyone’s welcome.

 PestEx 2019 register now

The theme for PestEx 2019 is making connections. Over the two days the BPCA team is focusing on making it as straightforward and enjoyable as possible for attendees to connect with new ideas, new businesses and strengthen existing connections. Hope to see you there!

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I’d say for anybody looking to develop in the pest management industry, whether that be professionally or commercially, this show is unmissable.

Chris Cagienard, PestEx 2017 attendee

Register fbefore 19 March

Reasons to attend

Shows like PestEx are great for business. I’m looking forward to having the industry under one roof so I can connect and catch up with existing contacts, as well as make a few new ones.

Ian Andrew, BPCA Chief Executive

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Source: PPC94

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14 May 2019

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Open letter to Secretary of State regarding call for evidence: Bird control licences

BPCA has written to Secretary of State Gove in regards to Defra's call for evidence on the impact of the revoking of three general licences for bird control. The letter is published in full here.

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08 May 2019

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BPCA prepares to gather evidence for Defra on general licences

Defra has initiated a formal evidence gathering exercise to capture information from all concerned parties about the impact of the recent withdrawal of three general licences for bird cont

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08 May 2019

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New general licences for controlling Canada geese and wood pigeon comes into force

On Friday 3 May Natural England published two new general licences for controlling birds. The licences, which allows people to kill or take Canada geese to preserve public health and safety and

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15 May 2019

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Abate Pest Management named a Future50 company

BPCA member company Abate Pest Management has announced that they have been named a Future50 Company. Future50 is a business growth programme that's designed to recognise Norfolk and

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14 May 2019

Latest news

Open letter to Secretary of State regarding call for evidence: Bird control licences

BPCA has written to Secretary of State Gove in regards to Defra's call for evidence on the impact of the revoking of three general licences for bird control. The letter is published in full here.

Read more

08 May 2019

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BPCA prepares to gather evidence for Defra on general licences

Defra has initiated a formal evidence gathering exercise to capture information from all concerned parties about the impact of the recent withdrawal of three general licences for bird cont

Read more