England & Wales

Making the reform agenda work: Planning

This seminar will provide an opportunity to find out what the NPPF will mean for planning decisions, how councils are working with neighbourhood forums to develop local and neighbourhood plans and what the implications are for development and regeneration.

Programme

10:00   Registration and refreshments

10:30   Welcome and Introductions, Dr Jonathan Carr-West, Director, LGiU

10:45   National Planning Policy Framework, Richard Blyth MCD MRTPI, Head of Policy and Practice, Royal Town Planning Institute 

11:45   Refreshments

12.00   Neighbourhood Planning, Andrew Ross, Writer and Researcher, Final Draft Consultancy and LGiU Associate

13:00   Lunch 

14:00   Community Infrastructure Levy, Director of Regeneration, London Borough

15:00   Close

This programme is correct at time of publication, but programme content may be altered without notice to reflect speaker changes which are beyond our control.

 

Who should attend?

Executive members / portfolio holders for planning

Councillors who sit on planning committees or have an overview and scrutiny role

Planning officers

Speakers:

Richard Blyth MCD MRTPI, Head of Policy and Practice, Royal Town Planning Institute

Andrew Ross, Writer and Researcher, Final Draft Consultancy

Director of Regeneration, London Borough