|Date & Time:||April 19, 2016 1:30 pm||Add to Calendar (.ics)|
|Venue:||Dentons UK and Middle East LLP|
This half-day conference is organised jointly by The National Planning Forum and the Cambridge University Land Society. It looks at delivering planning reform and more housing, and whether we should we end the tyranny of controlling uses.
Introduction: Paul Finch
Keynote address: Steve Quartermain, Chief Planner, Department of Communities & Local Government
The Housing and Planning Bill and the Government’s proposals for planning reform and encouraging house building.
Building the Homes – where are we up to and how might we do it?
Philip Barnes: Group Land and Planning Director, Barratt Development plc
Emma Cariaga: British Land’s approach to the Canada Water regeneration.
Q and A:
Are we getting planning right?
Representative of the Local Plans Expert Group: How to make Local Plans ‘more efficient and effective’
Mike Kiely : President, POS – Will a Designated Persons approach to development management work?
Alice Lester: PAS How are local authorities making out?
Q and A
Roy Pinnock: Partner, Dentons The lawyer’s perspective – 5 hot shots for 2016/17 from the Parliamentary blunderbuss
Q and A
Concluding comments: Paul Finch
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