Tuesday, 03 December 2019 at 10:00AM
The Guildhall, Bath BA1 5AW, UK
Enhanced competitiveness and productivity are key to future prosperity in a post Brexit world. This seminar will examine the contribution of planning to meeting the needs of a rapidly changing economy both directly through the provision of appropriate employment space and indirectly through ensuring access to markets and labour. The relationship of planning with LEPs and local businesses will be explored as will the question of how planning can encourage innovation and sustainable growth in the face of the ‘fourth industrial revolution’.
Exeter Growth Area
Andy Wood, East Devon District Council
Employment and NSIPs
Claire Pearce, Director of planning and economic development for Gravity.
The future of employment land
Simon Prescott, Barton Willmore
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