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Planning and Building Information Modelling

Tuesday, 17 March 2015 at 2:00PM - 5:00PM
Saïd Business School, Park End Street, Oxford, Oxfordshire OX1 1HP, UK
£45+VAT for RTPI Members, £60+VAT for non-members
£5+VAT for unwaged members
RTPI South East

The Government have set the target of ensuring all Government funded buildings, (and infrastructure), use Building Information Modelling by 2016, resulting in BIM becoming an industry standard tool throughout the construction process. BIM is however more than a computer model, it is a process. It can be implemented at a city scale and at an early stage.

A BIM4Regs sub group has been established by Central Government and is looking at whether building regulations, planning and health and safety requirements can fit into the BIM process. Whilst not all of the regulatory requirements can be assessed through BIM, there is a potential for a number to be reviewed. This session aims to give professionals an understanding of the BIM process, the skills they might need and how the role of the development management process may change.

Confirmed speakers include:

  • Richard Lane, Director and Lead Consultant, Creonova, and member of the BIM TaskGroup
  • Mike Shilton, Chairman of the Landscape Institute BIM Working Group and Product
    Director at Keysoft Solutions Ltd
  • Simon Mabey, City Modeling, Arup
  • Chair: Craige Burden, Planning Manager, PersimmonHomes

To view the programme for the day click here