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Development Management/Planning Law Update

Tuesday, 01 October 2019 at 10:00AM - 4:30PM
Mariott Royal, Bristol BS1 5TA, UK
RTPI South West

This event is now full, but please contact to be added to a waiting list.

This seminar will focus on the legal aspects of development management in the light of recent planning case law and revisions to the NPPF.  Presentations will provide a legal update covering topical issues in development management.  This will be followed by workshops allowing in-depth discussion and debate on key challenges for planners working in both local planning authorities and consultancies.  Potential topics include:     

Case Law Update    
Stephen Humphreys, Senior Associate, Burges Salmon

Material Considerations
Hashi Mohamed, No 5 Chambers

EIA, SEA and Habitats Reg Update
Laura Fuller, Senior Associate,Burges Salmon

Amending Planning Permission
Sarah Sutherland, Senior Associate, Burges Salmon

Lifting the lid on PINS – an update on current changes
Sarah Richards, CEO of PINS 

Workshop 1: EIA and Habitats in the application process – when to screen?
Laura Fuller and Lucy Metcalfe at Burges Salmon

Workshop 2: Preparing for Inquiries
Scott Stemp, No 5 Chambers

Workshop 3: Writing Appeal Statements
Jeremy Sargent, Planning Inspector at PINS

Sponsored by
Burges Salmon

How to book
Follow the online booking links below - you can pay online or request an invoice. We ask that you try to complete the purchase order number field at point of booking or forward soon after.

For multiple bookings accross the 2019 programme, you may download the group booking form and email to

Download the full 2019 programme.

Exhibitor Opportunities
We now welcome exhibitors to showcase their firm, recent developments and to further engage with RTPI Members and professionals in planning. Please contact for further information.

0207 929 8190