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Could the National Model Design Code change our approach to land use planning - or will it just be a sticking plaster on an already under-resourced system?
22 April 2021 at 12:00 PM - 01:00 PM / South West England / Awards and Social
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Date
22 April 2021 at 12:00 PM - 01:00 PM
Price from
Free
Organiser
RTPI South West | [email protected]

As we are now ‘all’ mostly settled in our working from home environment, adapting our routines and embracing technology….we have experienced how we ‘can’ maintain the pace of work and continue our learning and professional development. I am sure most of you have already joined the wide variety of RTPI webinars that are on offer, allowing us to learn from professionals from across the UK.

However what is more challenging is being able to replicate the value of networking, that common interest conversation you may have across the table or in that ‘queue for lunch’ at a physical conference or seminar. These mixed audience instances would allow you to explore the theme of event more closely, sharing experiences and form new connections.

On the 22 April join me Julie Tanner, RTPI SW Regional Committee Member for an informal open house event where you can come and talk with other planners in the South West region. We will initiate the conversation with a conversation about design and if the National Model Design Code could change our approach to land use planning – or will it just be a sticking plaster on an already under-resourced system?  After exploring the challenges as well as the opportunities the NMDC provides, we will then take the conversation as the meeting naturally leads us.

The meeting will be limited in numbers to ensure everyone has a chance to exchange thoughts and ideas. It is only open to RTPI Members and will be hosted on Microsoft Teams

Other meetings will be taking place on

17 June 

30 September

25 November


To book your free place, please register following the booking link below.