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COVID-19 planning system changes and the historic environment (Part 2)

Managing unintended consequences and ensuring protections
18 November 2020 at 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM / South East England / Online

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18 November 2020 at 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
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RTPI South East | [email protected]

Government has introduced a number of planning system changes as a result of COVID-19 so that business can adapt. There are potentially more changes on the way as part of the recovery strategy. This webinar delves into the detail of these planning changes and reforms and ask the questions: what impact do they have on the historic environment and what protections remain in place?

The speakers will discuss what protections remain in place, any unintended consequences for the historic environment and the strategies and approaches needed to ensure protections, whilst supporting the overall goal.


  • Chair:Gareth Giles FRTPI, Whaleback
  • Peter Hinton, Chartered Institute for Archaeologists 
  • Chris Wilford, Ethos
  • Lisa Lamb,The National Trust 
  • Karen Britton, Canterbury City Council

The link to the webinar will be sent out a day before the event.

This event forms part of RTPI Online series 2020, brought to you by RTPI South East and Chartered Institute for Archaeologists