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Planning for Housing Delivery

05 April 2022 at 10:00 AM - 04:00 PM / South West England / South East England / Conference

05 April 2022 at 10:00 AM - 04:00 PM
Hilton Hotel, Terrace Road, Bournemouth, United Kingdom, BH2 5EL
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RTPI South West | [email protected]

RTPI South West are delighted to welcome you back to their popular in-person CPD series, designed to help you further your knowledge, connect with the wider built environment profession and encourage discussion around some of the key issues in planning. 

This full day seminar will provide a great platform for learning and discussion as the profession continues the challenge on accelerating the delivery of housing.

Speakers and Topics

  • What is the current state of play for housing delivery?
    An overview of the issues facing the housing sector today, with a quick look back at the last few years and a look ahead to what’s on the horizon.
    Speaker - Rachael Williamson, Head of Policy and External Affairs - Chartered Institute of Housing

  • Local Authority Housing Delivery – where are we now and how is the South West performing
    Speaker - Janice Morphet, Visiting Professor at the Bartlett School of Planning and author of Local Authority Housebuilding - where are we now research

  • Calculating housing need and using the standard method including the flaws of the 2014 projections and case studies that look at challenging the standard method
    Speaker - Justin Gardner, JG Consulting

  • How is the First Homes initiative working?
     An overview of this new tenure, looking especially at
    • its effect on the delivery of other affordable tenures
    • impact on development viability
    • examining some of the issues facing local authorities as they make decisions about First Homes policies.
    Laura Easton, Three Dragons

  • Delivering homes for older people
    John Sneddon, Managing Director at Tetlow King Planning 
    Paul Teverson, McCarthy and Stone

  • Delivering housing in Bristol
    Gary Collins, Head of Development Management at Bristol City Council

  • Achieving net-zero in architecture: Is Passive House the answer
    In times of a global energy crisis and rising costs achieving net-zero by 2050 in the UK has never been so relevant. The built environment contributes substantially to global emissions. More steps need to be taken to improve the performance of our existing housing stock and how we approach new build developments in the coming years. Passivehouse is one potential solution to achieving net-zero. Is this the answer?, and what implications may this have on town planning?
    Tom Reynolds from LMA Architects

  • MMC and achieving low carbon outcomes
    Raynee De Zoysa, Strategic Growth Manager at Collida (Willmott Dixon) A low carbon  
    Passivhaus housing company

  • Self-build and Custom Housebuilding – a piece in the housing delivery jigsaw
    Lin Cousins, Three Dragons

  • Custom and Self-Build – Creating a framework for delivery
    Arron Beecham, Principal Housing Enabling and Forward Planning Officer at Mid Devon DC and Member of the Right to Build Task Force

Group Booking

Please contact [email protected] if you would like to group book a number of delegates on this and other events.

COVID19 and H&S

The health and safety of RTPI members, staff and all participants is very important. This event organised by RTPI South West will therefore only take place if local government advice in relation to the pandemic allows for group gatherings at the time of the event.  If the event does go ahead, then to ensure that everyone can enjoy the event safely, we will be asking that all participants follow the any new guidelines issued by government which may include the wearing of a mask and maintaining social distancing.  If we have to cancel or reschedule the event, a refund or credit will be offered.  A full risk assessment will also be carried out and made available in advance.  

Prior to attending this event all attendees will be strongly encouraged to:

  1. Take an NHS approved lateral flow test and get in touch with the event organiser should a positive test be returned. NHS approved Lateral Flow tests are free with more details on where to order available here.
  2. Take up the Government’s advice to be vaccinated to protect you and those around you.

As part of the registration process, registrants must agree to our terms and conditions, which include adhering to our outlined Covid-19 safety protocols in place at the time and following any guidance requested by the venue.