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19

The NPPF, CIL and Property Pitfalls – things a planner should look out for?

Date:
Wednesday, 19 September 2018 at 5:30PM - 8:00PM
Venue:
41 Church St, Birmingham B3 2RT, UK
Organiser:
RTPI West Midlands
westmidlands@rtpi.org.uk

 

 

 

 

The event will look at the strategic overview of 

  • The new NPPF introduced over the summer.
  • An examination of the law around Section 106 Agreements / Community Infrastructure Levy and the direction of policy.
  • An overview of property issues (rights to light/restrictive covenants) and how they affect a site coming forward through the planning system.

Presenters:Nina Pindham, Mark Hodgson and Stuart Tym

  • Nina is a Barrister at No5 Chambers and specialises in planning and environmental law with particular expertise in Residential Development, Heritage, CIL and Environmental Prosecutions. She advises a wide range of clients including developer clients, energy providers, local authorities, parish council’s and private clients. Nina is regularly instructed to appear at Public Inquiries, in the Planning Court and Court of Appeal and recently represented the Claimant in the case of Steer;
  • Mark is a solicitor at The Wilkes Partnership and specialises in commercial property, owner-managed business work, property development and commercial landlord and tenant matters. Mark has a particular interest in the retail and leisure sectors, acting for a number of restaurateurs and publicans; and
  • Stuart is a solicitor at The Wilkes Partnership and specialises in assisting both developers, land owners, local planning authorities and private individuals across all areas of our planning and environmental services. Stuart has broad planning experience both in the public sector advising both district (s.106, affordable housing and viability, planning appeals and enforcement matters) and county level planning authorities (waste, coal, minerals and highways) and has done so whilst working both in the public and private sectors.

Kindly sponsored by The Wilkes Partnership and No5

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