The policy and economic environment under which infrastructure is delivered has changed significantly following the introduction of CIL and the changes to the economy. The day will look at a range of challenges relating to how CIL is implemented and the key considerations on assessing infrastructure requirements and ensuring viability. The day will also consider good practice advice for stakeholder consultation and Examinations on CIL, and hear valuable experiences from those involved in CIL ‘front runner’ work. The day aims to be of value to both those preparing and seeking to influence CIL across the planning and development arena in the North East.
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Booking form and return it to firstname.lastname@example.org
09.30 Registration and refreshments
10.00 Chairman’s Introduction
Richard Newsome, Associate, GVA
10.10 Introduction to the CIL Regulations and the Legal Considerations
Marian Griffiths, Partner, DWF
10.50 Collaborative CIL – Getting Stakeholder Buy-in
Gilian MacInnes, Principal Consultant, Planning Advisory Service
11.45 CIL Examinations – Good Practice and Beyond
Keith Holland, Group Manager, Planning Inspectorate
12.15 Open Forum (with Morning Speakers) – or increase talk time by 5 mins per person.
12.40 pm Lunch
13.00 Mind the Infrastructure Gap – What should CIL Pay for?
Andrew Moseley, Associate Director, WSP
14:20 CIL Charging Schedules – Viability and Making it all Stack Up
Dale Robinson, Director, GVA
15:00 CIL: Experiences of a Frontrunner Authority
Mark McLaughlin, Strategic Planning, London Borough of Sutton
15:40 Open Forum (with Afternoon Speakers) or increase the talk time by 5 mins per person.
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