Welcome to the EEEF Website
The East of England Environment Forum (EEEF) was formed in early 1999 and has evolved to become the recognised forum for environmental consultation in the Region. The membership comprises a wide range of stakeholders from across the East of England, representing statutory, voluntary and charity organisations.
For full list of members click here
Local neighbourhood planning
Presentation by Richard Squires of Broadland District Council to the Forum on 25 April 2012
Contributions of environmental organisations to the economy
Environmental organisations make a huge contribution to the economy and
society in the East of England — details
Gap analysis for various organisations in the region
here to learn the importance our
organisations attach to land restoration, climate change and the planning system, and the skills they have to address them
Local Nature Partnerships
Presentation by Catherine Cairns to the Forum on 8 December 2011
John Sharpe of the RSPB is our current chairman. He has been elected to serve a second three-year term, which takes him through to September 2014.
Claire Jay of RSPB is our secretary. Any correspondence for EEEF should be sent to Claire at the following address:
65 Thorpe Road
Working together to achieve a common understanding of regional environmental issues among voluntary and statutory bodies and to promote environmentally sustainable development.
More on EEEF's objectives