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JUN
19

East of England Great Centenary Debate

"After 100 Years, is Planning Still Fit for Purpose?"

Date:
Thursday, 19 June 2014 at 4:00PM - 7:00PM
Venue:
Buckingham House, Murray Edwards College (formerly New Hall), Huntingdon Road, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire CB3 0DF, UK
Price:
FREE (thanks to sponsorship)
Organiser:
RTPI East of England
eastofengland@rtpi.org.uk

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The title for the RTPI East of England's Great Centenary Debate should provide sufficient fuel for an interesting debate!

"After 100 years, is planning still fit for purpose?"

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Panellists at this late afternoon/early evening event, kindly sponsored by Beacon Planning, include:

  • Trudi Elliott CBE, Chief Executive of the RTPI
  • Peter Geraghty, Immediate Past President of the RTPI
  • Andy Thompson, Director, Beacon Planning
  • John Dagg, Barrister, Trinity Chambers
  • Glen Owen, Regional Director, Institution of Civil Engineers East of England
  • David Henry, Director, Savills

Don’t miss this opportunity of asking a panel of built environment professionals that burning question!

It is also an excellent chance to network with colleagues from other professional bodies.