Monday, 03 March 2014 at 9:30AM
Ipswich Town Football Club, Portman Road, Ipswich, Suffolk IP1 2DA, UK
£90.00+VAT RTPI Members; £105.00+VAT non-Members
Concessions may be available. Please contact Regional Office
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CLOSING DATE: 24 February 2014
A full day seminar being led by Kevin Leigh, Barrister, No 5 Chambers. John Dagg, Barrister, Trinity Chambers, and Lucy Drake, a former Planning Inspector, will be participating throughout the event.
The focus of the day is on Short Inquiries and Hearings. This is an opportunity for delegates to gain a better understanding of the appeal process and there will be plenty of opportunities for you to ask questions and take part in discussions.
Issues to be covered:
- Short Inquiries and Hearings - Section 78 Appeals, Enforcement Appeals, Examinations in Public [in outline]
- Preparing Evidence (Statements of Case, Statements of Common Ground and Proofs of Evidence)
- The Role of the Witness/Advocate
- The Role of the Barrister
- Four Stages to Giving Evidence: Purpose of Evidence-in-Chief, Preparing for Cross-Examination, Questions from the Inspector, Responding in Re-Examination
- An Inspector’s Viewpoint - Former Planning Inspector, Lucy Drake, gives the view from the dais, with a chance to ask those questions you've always wondered about
- Conditions, Costs and Section 106’s
- Questions and Answers
We are very grateful for the support of our colleagues at No 5 Chambers in helping to provide this seminar in the East of England. Similar events held in other parts of the country have proven to be very successful for all concerned.