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Neighbourhood Planning, From plan making to delivery

Wednesday, 26 September 2018 at 9:30AM - 4:30PM
Spirella Building, Letchworth Garden City, Hertfordshire, SG6 4ET, UK
RTPI East of England

This Neighbourhood Planning conference is delivered in partnership with Locality, the Government’s main contractor for Neighbourhood Planning Support Services (2018-2022). This day long course will disseminate best practice and lessons learned following 7 years of neighbourhood planning and consider the implications of the revised National Planning Policy Framework. The content will be suitable for both experienced practitioners currently grappling with neighbourhood planning and individuals/groups considering whether neighbourhood planning would be worthwhile for their area. Presentations will be delivered by all actors involved in the neighbourhood planning process covering starting up and how to transition from plan making to delivery.

Speakers Include:

  • Michael Bingham (Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government)
  • Francis Shaw (Locality)
  • David Carlisle (AECOM
  • Richard Squires (Breckland Council)
  • Chris Edwards (Stradbroke Parish Councillor and Neighbourhood Plan Working Group)
  • Tony Burton (NPIERS Examiner)
  • Trovine Monteiro (Team Leader, Urban Designer, Consultancy Team, Greater Cambridge Planning Service) 
  • Maison Mokoena (Palace Green Homes) and Cllr Charles Roberts (Leader East Cambs’ District Council/Deputy Mayor Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority) 


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With support from

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