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OCT
04

A country that works for everyone – planning’s role (Conservative Party Conference)

How can planning deliver well planned places with homes, jobs, infrastructure and services for all?

Date:
Tuesday, 04 October 2016 at 1:00PM - 2:00PM
Venue:
Priestly & Darwin Suite Novotel Birmingham Centre, 70 broad Street, Birmingham B1 2HT, UK
Price:
Free
Organiser:
RTPI Public Affairs
rsvp@rtpi.org.uk

The RTPI, supported by Planning Portal, will consider how planning can deliver well planned places with homes, jobs, infrastructure and services for all. There will be a panel discussion followed by a Q&A. Working buffet lunch from 12.30PM.

Chair

  • Bob Neill, Chair, Justice Committee, MP for Bromley and Chislehurst

Panel:

  • Gavin Barwell, Minister for Housing and Planning, MP for Croydon Central
  • Waheed Nazir, Director, Birmingham City Council
  • Craig Alsbury, Senior Director, Bilfinger GVA
  • Sarah Chilcott, Managing Director, Planning Portal
  • Phil Williams, President, RTPI

 Places are free (outside the security zone) but limited so secure your spot today.

RSVP: rsvp@rtpi.org.uk before Friday 30 September

More: Past party political conference events

Background:

The RTPI runs fringe events at the UK wide Labour and Conservative Party Conferences.

The fringe events offer the Institute an opportunity to maintain its high profile with politicians and stakeholders and discuss policy with politicians away from Westminster.

The events are part of the RTPI's ongoing engagement with policy-makers: we also run an extremely popular Parliamentary receptions, produce legislative briefings, and meet Ministers, MPs, MSPs, Peers, and civil servants on a regular basis.