Wednesday, 25 November 2015 at 1:00PM
Pavilion Room, Hughes Hall College, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire CB1 2EW, UK
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Many commentators have said that after over a decade of erosion, there needs to be a layer of planning between the National Planning Policy Framework and the localism inspired Local and Neighbourhood Plans. Local Enterprise Partnerships, in part, fill that gap in relation to infrastructure – but who else is thinking strategically at a district, county, sub-region or regional scale?
After one hundred years of planning, what can we as a profession offer to the public, investors, the economy and our society as our strategic legacy?
This targeted programme seeks to provide different perspectives on this challenge.
Delegates will hear:
- About the overall position, effective co-operation and the six general principles
- From local authorities who are sharing services and moving towards merging together in an attempt to plan for more rational areas and to be more efficient
- About the role of LEPs
- About Neighbourhood Plans and how they fit into the current system