National Planning Summit

The National Planning Summit is THE national gathering for key players within the public and private sectors to discuss the latest issues in the planning world.  

Join over 200 of your planning colleagues, from both the public and private sector across the nation, at our new exciting venue RIBA in London on 28 March 2017, to address the biggest challenges facing the planning system today and debate how true growth can be delivered in a changing policy landscape.

In addition to keynotes and stimulating discussions on the impact of the latest reforms, including the Housing White Paper you will have the chance to explore solutions to your day-to-day challenges in focused, expert-led practical workshops a well as interactive panel discussions. 

Get the most of the practical breakout sessions and choose from the following streams:

Plan-Making/  Development Management/  Infrastructure Planning/  Place-making/  Improving Performance In the Planning System

Register by 24 February and save £65.

We also have special rates for group bookings so bring your team! Every 2nd delegate from a company group booking will receive a 20% discount and every third 40% discount.

Just a few of our 2017 speakers:

Stephen Dance
Head of Infrastructure Delivery
HM Treasury

Liz Peace 
Advisor on Property, Politic and the Built Environment Chair 
Community Infrastructure Levy Review 

David Waterhouse
Associate Director, Strategic Development
Design Council

Melanie Leech
Chief Executive 
British Property Federation

Have a sneak peak at the agenda  here

2016 Event Statistics 


"Covered all the key issues affecting the industry today" 

"Very diverse event. All the topics of current relevance"

"Useful forum that brings together better current and future thinking in a number of key areas of housing/planning"

“Excellent cross-pollination between different areas of planning”

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