Wednesday, 25 May 2016 at 9:30AM
Offices of Cushman and Wakefield, Colmore Circus Queensway, Birmingham, West Midlands B4 6AJ, UK
Neighbourhood planning remains high on the planning and political agendas. How well is the process working? Are they enabling communities to influence the nature and location of local development to meet their needs? Is there evidence of increased community engagement over planning issues? Have local authorities fully embraced the neighbourhood planning agenda particularly in the context of massive public sector cuts? How is neighbourhood planning changing practice at the local plan level and what are the implications for governance? How are neighbourhood plans being implemented?
This seminar is designed to explore these and other questions. It will draw directly on the experience of those at the coalface who have made their neighbourhood plan or who are actively engaged in the process of producing one.
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This event is eligible for booking at a reduced cost as part of the the RTPI West Midlands multi-buy. Find out what other events are included in the WM multi-buy, the cost and how to book.