City-region chiefs to speak at Planning for Housing conference

Five city-regional leaders have been confirmed to speak at tomorrow's Planning for Housing conference.

John Wacher , strategic planning manager-viability, Greater London Authority
John Wacher , strategic planning manager-viability, Greater London Authority

The five city-regional chiefs that will be speaking at the event, organised by Planning, are:

  • Paul Dennett, city mayor, Salford City Council
  • Juliemma McLoughlin, chief planner, development, enterprise and environment, Greater London Authority
  • James Palmer, mayor, Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority
  • John Wacher, strategic planning manager-viability, Greater London Authority
  • Louise Wyman, design lead, West Midlands Combined Authority

Local authority officers that will be speaking at the event, organised by Planning, are:

  • Hana Loftus, special projects officer, Greater Cambridge Shared Planning Service
  • Andy Moffat, head of development, Huntingdonshire District Council
  • Councillor John D Rigg FRICS, deputy lead for sustainable transport, transformation, regeneration and economic development, Guildford Borough Council
  • Councillor Marianne Overton MBE, independent group leader, North Kesteven District Council and Vice-Chair, Local Government Association
  • Joy Anibaba, principal housing development officer, Birmingham City Council
  • Alex Bushell, manager, development management, London Borough of Camden
  • Ian Rae, head of planning, London Borough of Hackney
  • Alice Lester, operational director regeneration, growth and employment, London Borough of Brent
  • Steffan Saunders, head of neighbourhood and prosperity, Broxtowe Borough Council

For full details and to book your place at the conference, click here.


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