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APR
17

Development Management - how to make development work! 2013

Booking reference: 165 6604 17 3004

Date:
Wednesday, 17 April 2013 at 9:30AM - 4:00PM
Venue:
Ward Hadaway Law Firm, Sandgate House, 102 Quayside, Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear NE1 3DX, UK
Price:
From £90.00 + VAT
Organiser:
RTPI North East
northeast@rtpi.org.uk

If you are at the sharp end of planning this is a must attend event for you and your colleagues.

The Development Management process has a vital role in delivering sustainable development and the achievement of spatial planning objectives.  Shadow Cabinet Minister, Local Goverment Officials, Leading Lawyers and planners deliver upto the minute presentations on this topical subject.

This event is not to be missed - read below for a full agenda.

AGENDA.

9:30        Registration and refreshments:

10:00     Positive Planning and Development Management. How LPA's are meeting the provisions of the NPPF including the presumption in favour of sustainable development

Stephen Reed, Planning Development Manager, Durham County Council 

 

10:45     Pre-application process: The LPA perspective

 Billy Browell, Team Manager Development Management, Newcastle City Council

 

11:30     Refreshments  

 

11:45     Pre-application process: The Private sector perspective              

David Brocklehurst, Associate, Chartered Town Planner, Ward Hadaway

 

12:30     LUNCH

 

13:30     Case Law updated in the context of NPPF and Development Management.

Neil Robson, Partner, Head of Property, Ward Hadaway,

 

14:15     Planning conditions: Problems they solve and those they create

Andrew Hickie, Development Manager, Gateshead Council

 

15:00     Refreshments

 

15:15     Political involvement in Development Management 

Roberta Blackman-Woods,  MP for the City of Durham, Shadow Communities and Local Government Minister  

 

16:00     Summary and close.      

 

For more information and to reserve a place complete this booking form and return it to northeast@rtpi.org.uk

  • Booking form
  • n.b. all sections of the booking form must be completed.
  • The RTPI reserve the right to amend the programme at short notice.

Ward Hadaway (2)

RTPI NE, wish to extend their thanks to Ward Hadaway for their support and for providing this venue for our event.