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The Changing Face of the East of England - Part 2

Economic Changes in the East of England over the last 100 years and prospects for the future

Thursday, 16 October 2014 at 9:30AM - 4:30PM
Hughes Hall College, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire CB1 2EW, UK
£90+VAT (RTPI and RGS-IBG Members); £105+VAT (non-Members)
Bookings before 30 Sept: £75+VAT (RTPI/RGS); £85+VAT (non-Mem.)
RTPI East of England

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This conference, being held in association with the Royal Geographical Society (East Anglia), considers the involvement of planning in the range and rate of economic growth in the East of England over the past 100 years, and what challenges and changes might be on the horizon. 

It will start with an overview, consider the changes in one key sector, and look at three case studies: a rural area, a town, and the new settlement/urban expansion perspective. 

The conference will conclude with views on possible future changes and planning challenges for the region.

There will be a good opportunity for questions and panel discussions at the end of the conference.


Note: Unfortunately, Part I of this series of conferences, due to take place on 25 September, was cancelled.