Wednesday, 20 November 2019 at 9:00AM
Stratford Theatre Arts Centre, Theatre Square, London E15 1BX
RTPI London Annual Summit 20 November 2019
This year's RTPI London Annual Summit will be held at Stratford Arts Centre. Stratford is the home of the successful London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, and has become a hub for tourists, shoppers, home owners and businesses alike.
With so much redevelopment still taking place in this area, we thought it would be the perfect home for our Summit.
Plenary 1 - titled Planning in London 2019: A review of the Year. In this plenary we will review and debate the key developments in town planning in the London in 2019 including:
- the most significant planning decisions in the capital
- key developments in policy development
- and developments at RTPI.
Plenary 2 titled Digitising Planning brings together key government and mayoral speakers in a panel with tech start-ups companies who will give short 'show and tell' presentations of their products and explain how it will improve the planning system.
Plenary 3 - Delivering for London, will look at how paper plans are converted into spades in the ground. Speakers will give presentations on how barriers are overcome and look ahead at what challenges there might be to future delivery.
The day will finish with tours around award winning developments led by the architects and planners who designed and built them. These tour offer delegates a chance to learn about the issues involved in delivering high quality schemes in London.
The full programme of the day is here, see the list of confirmed speakers and when they will speak.
All this and plenty of networking opportunites too. As you will notice, at RTPI London we try and keep our prices down, in order to keep our ticket prices down, we have our sponsors to thank:
Please note: once you have booked your place, we can refund your ticket 6 weeks prior to the Summit date, thereafter we are happy to swap names if you can no longer attend.
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