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Aylsham Regeneration & Delivery Strategy

The Aylsham Regeneration and Delivery Strategy is an economic development masterplan. This event will discuss the approaches used to develop the strategy

Date:
Tuesday, 11 September 2012 at 2:00PM - 5:00PM
Venue:
Blickling Hall, Blickling, Norwich, NR11 6NF but a walking tour is included on the itinerary
Organiser:
RTPI East of England
eastofengland@rtpi.org.uk

This free event is being held in association with the RTPI Regeneration Network and Ingham Pinnock Associates. Download the flyer here.

The Aylsham Regeneration and Delivery Strategy was commissioned by Broadland District Council in October 2011. The brief was to produce a strategy that would support and enhance the local economy, identifying a range of interventions that could easily be delivered in a climate of limited resource and funding constraints.  The Strategy is an economic development masterplan for the town setting out a range of interventions that are driven by the need to promote economic growth.  It is delivery focussed and designed to be implemented immediately by community groups as well as public agencies.

This session will look at the approach used to develop the strategy, the formation of the Town Team and Portas Pilot bids, links to Neighbourhood Planning, how masterplanning can be led by economic development and progress to date. The introductory session will be at Blickling Hall, a National Trust property with attractive gardens (a charge for the car park may apply). This will be followed by a guided walking tour to see important aspects of the area covered by the Strategy.

Presenters will include Kate Pinnock and Ross Ingham of Ingham Pinnock Associates, and members of Broadland District Council's Planning and Economic Development Teams. Members of the re-launched business forum will be in attendance alongside the Town Council , who are willing to answer questions and will assist with the walking tour.