Thursday, 21 September 2017 at 10:00AM
The Rose Bowl, Portland Crescent, Leeds LS1 3HB
Six years on, this conference will consider the impact of Neighbourhood Planning on development and discuss the contradictions of localism and centralisation in planning and participation. The demands that changes in legislation might bring will be considered, together with a review of case law on neighbourhood plans. The effectiveness and success of the process in empowering communities and creating greater clarity and consensus in planning will be assessed.
Please book places online below.
- Multi-buy places are available. Further details
- Concessions are available: Limited to RTPI members only, who have no professional income, and restricted to 2 conferences from the 2017 RTPI Yorkshire Conference Series per member.
- Students: Places are available at £10 + vat for full time students. If you are an RTPI student member please book online below. If you are not an RTPI member please email firstname.lastname@example.org to check availability and book a place.
Booking for this conference closes at 5pm on Thursday 14 September 2017. If you have any problems in booking please contact email@example.com.
This conference is organised by Leeds Beckett University on behalf of the RTPI Yorkshire Conference Series Partnership.
2017 RTPI Yorkshire Conference Series programme