Thursday, 19 May 2016 at 6:15PM
Committee Room 4/5 , Lower Ground Floor, City Hall The Queen’s Walk, London SE1 2AA
This year’s event will mark six years since the introduction of CIL and the latest round of amendments are keenly awaited. This is all with a backdrop of an increasing emphasis that has been placed on development viability in the planning process.
The seminar will aim to give update on the progress of CIL in London and explores the option of a regional response to development viability national outlook on the forthcoming CIL amendments and viability from a national perspective borough perspective/reflection on CIL, and its interaction with s106 obligations, and general approach to viability private practice outlook on the likely impact of future changes to CIL and recent legal challenges associated with development viability, and what this means for delivery.
6.30pm Outlook for London - Neil Lees, Planning Obligations Manager, Transport for London @TfLOfficial
6.50pm National Overview: DCLG Update - Kate Johnson and Roger Wand
7.15pm A Borough Perspective - Rob Krzyszowski, Team Leader for Planning Policy at the Royal Borough of Kensignton and Chelsea (RBKC)
7.40pm Implication for Delivery - David van der Lande, Director Delivery, Iceni @iceni
8.00pm Q&A session followed by networking and refreshments
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