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Planning for an Ageing Population

An Event Considering how to Accomodate the Needs of an Ageing Population

Thursday, 27 September 2012 at 10:00AM - 4:00PM
Guildhall Winchester, The Broadway, Winchester, Hampshire, SO23 9GH
£65 for RTPI members, £75 for non-members
£30 for unwaged
RTPI South East

Stop Planners Neglecting the Elderly!

Chaired by Mr George Hollingbery MP, this event examines the pressing question of how best to accommodate an ageing population. We will consider the varying requirements of the elderly; focusing on issues such as the optimum size, distribution and land use requirements of the facilities that aim to meet these needs.

The day will include refreshments upon arrival from 9.30am (as well as refreshment breaks throughout the day) and a buffet lunch, allowing the opportunity for networking and discussion of the ideas raised.  

To view a full Programme for the day click here.

View biographies of the speakers below:

Bryan Jezeph, Managing Director of Bryan Jezeph Consultancy Ltd

Angele Storey and James Harris, Representatives of the Office for National Statistics

Nadra Ahmed, OBE Chairman of the National Care Association

Peter Rush, Hampsire County Council

Ruth White, CEO of The Rowans Hospice

Peter Tanner, Managing Director of Tanner and Tilley Planning Ltd

Scot Masker, Architect and Director of Pro-Vision Consultancy

Guy Flintoft, Director at Barton Willmore