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Making the reform agenda work: Planning
Friday, 15 June 2012 from 10:00 to 15:00 (BST)
London, United Kingdom
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.
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
12.00 Neighbourhood Planning, Andrew Ross, Writer and Researcher, Final Draft Consultancy
14:00 Community Infrastructure Levy
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Richard Blyth MCD MRTPI, Head of Policy and Practice, Royal Town Planning Institute
Andrew Ross, Writer and Researcher, Final Draft Consultancy
- Who should attend
- Executive members / portfolio holders for planning
- Councillors who sit on planning committees or have an overview and scrutiny role
- Planning officers
When & Where
Local Government Information Unit
For 25 years the Local Government Information Unit has provided support to councils and championed local democracy. The LGiU is an independent think-tank and a resource for local government. Our teams of policy analysts are experts in local government. They provide practical policy advice, training, consultancy, public affairs services and other resources to our members and other organisations.