Breakfast Briefing Registration
|09:00 - 09:30||
Breakfast Briefing – Spotlight On Recent Appeal Decisions
Registration (for those not attending the breakfast briefing)
Welcome From Planning And Chair’s Opening Remarks
Alice Lester MBE, Head of Planning Advisory Service, Local Government Association
OPENING KEYNOTE ADDRESS
Planning To Meet Housing Need: How The Government Will Help The Private And Public Sectors To Deliver
Gavin Barwell MP, Minister of State for Housing and Planning and Minister for London
Opinion Piece: Politics Of Planning
Andrew Howard, Chief Executive and Founder, HardHat
A Force For Good
Tony Pidgley, Chairman of the Berkeley Group, talks about housing standards, affordable targets, and the power of planning and placemaking to be a force for good in society.
Tony Pidgley, Chairman, The Berkeley Group
Networking Breaks And Morning Refreshments
A Place With A Plan Is A Place With A Future
Tony Lloyd, Greater Manchester Mayor and Police and Crime Commissioner, talks about Greater Manchester’s ambition to build over 11,000 new homes a year, the critical role of planning at the city regional scale and its contribution to the wider devolution agenda being pursued.
Tony Lloyd, Greater Manchester Mayor and Police and Crime Commissioner
What Does The Starter Homes Initiative Mean For You?
Terry Fuller, Executive Director - East and South East, Homes and Communities Agency
Philip Barnes, Group Land and Planning Director, Barratt Developments Plc
These hour-long breakouts will allow delegates to delve deeper into the practical, day-to-day challenges involved in planning for housing. Speakers will provide best-practice advice, case-study examples and take-away tips. Choose from:
A: VIABILITY ASSESSMENT: How To Build A Robust Approach To Viability And Successfully Negotiate It
Tony Mulhall, Associate Director, RICS Land Group
Joseph Ward, Team Leader, Development Viability, London Borough of Tower Hamlet
Gilian Macinnes, Planning and Placemaking Advisor, Gilian Macinnes Associates
B: DELIVERING HOUSING ALONGSIDE STRATEGIC INFRASTRUCTURE: Maximising The Potential Of New Infrastructure To Meet Housing Need
Louise Wyman, Head of Garden Villages, Town and Cities , Homes and Communities Agency
Iain Gilbey, Partner, Head of Planning and Environment, Pinsent Masons
Mark Parkinson, Economic Development and Planning Policy Manager, Staffordshire County Council
C: INCREASING HOUSING LAND SUPPLY: Guidance, Best Practice And Lessons Learnt
Sara Whelan, Group Manager, Development Management, Dacorum Borough Council
Craig Dixon-Goode , Head of Utilities, TEM Planning
Carol Clarke, Head of Planning and Engagement, TEM Planning
Move To Your Next Breakout Session – Choose from D, E or F:
D: THE GREEN BELT AND OTHER PROTECTED AREAS: When Do They Have A Role To Play In Housing Delivery?
Ian MacLeod, Assistant Director- Regneration, Birmingham City Council
Vicky Fowler, Partner, Berwin Leighton Paisner LLP
E: NEIGHBOURHOOD PLANNING: Its Implications For Housing Growth
Anna Rose, Director, Planning and Transport, Milton Keynes Council
Glenn Godwin, Executive Director, Pegasus Group
F: AFFORDABLE HOUSING: How Can We Deliver It More Efficiently?
Mike Kiely, Chair, Planning Officers Society Board
Ellie Smith, Planning Manager, Orbit Homes
The Role Of Compulsory Powers In Unlocking Sites For Large Scale Developements
Richard Guyatt, Partner, Bond Dickinson LLP and Chair, Compulsory Purchase Assosiation
Networking Break And Afternoon Refershments
Panel debate - What Does Brexit Mean For Planning For Housing?
Emma Cariaga, Project Director for Canada Water, British Land
Cllr Keith House, Deputy Chair of Environment, Economy Housing, Transport (EETH) Board, Local Government Association (LGA)
Bob McCurry, Planning Director, Barton Willmore
Ian Fletcher, Director of Policy (Real Estate), British Propery Federation
Keynote Address: Delivering Homes In London: What The New Mayor's Strategy For Housing Means For Planning
Jules Pipe, Deputy Mayor of Planninng, Regeneration and Skills, Greater London Authority
Closing Keynote Address: How Can We Get House Building Right?
Ken Livingstone, The First Mayor Of London
Chair's Closing Remarks
|17:40 - 18:30||