Thursday, 27 September 2012 at 9:30AM
The Maltings, Ship Lane, Ely, Cambridgeshire CB7 4BB, UK
£90 (including lunch) excl. VAT
The focus of this event is on how two key sets of reforms, the Localism Act and the National Planning Policy Framework, are working through in practice. By the end of September, the true impact of these changes will have begun to take shape.
This event will provide more clarity on key emerging issues through the expertise of the speakers and by drawing on the experience of the delegates. Both policy and development management will be addressed.
Closing date for bookings: 20 September 2012
- The RTPI President, Colin Haylock, will be making a keynote presentation
- "An Overview of the Reforms, the Objectives Underpinning Them and What the Government is Hoping to see in Practice" - Michael Bingham, DCLG
- "The Key Emerging Issues and Good Practice Examples" - David Vickery, Planning Inspectorate
- "The Duty to Co-operate and CIL" - John Baker, Peter Brett Associates
- "The Housing Consultant's Perspective inc. Research on Section 106, Viability and Identifying Housing Requirements for the Elderly" - Kathleen Dunmore, Three Dragons (DCLG has commissioned Reading University and Three Dragons to update the evidence on the value of planning obligations and provide evidence of the impact of Section 106 agreements on development viability)
- "Delivery in the Face of the New Act" - Richard Kimblin, No 5 Chambers
- "Progress on Delivering a Business Plan and Other Neighbourhood Plans" - Nick Fenwick, Milton Keynes Council
- "The Role of Design" - Franny Ritchie, Shape East
- "CIL in Practice" - Steve Ingram, Huntingdonshire District Council
- "Colourful Times at the Pointy End of Public Consultation - A Consultant's View" - Duncan Chadwick, David Lock Associates