Employment Law Consultants Ltd (ELC) provides a 24-hour telephone employment law advisory helpline staffed by lawyers and other experienced employment law practitioners. The service aims to resolve any problems relevant to employment law faced by RTPI members. It is confidential and free to institute members based in the UK. Call the ELC on (tel) 0141 620 0100 or visit (website) www.elcltd.co.uk.
SEMINARS AND MEETINGS
Tourism and Leisure-Led Regeneration 2 November. RTPI season ticket conference. New Connaught Rooms, Great Queen Street, London. Tourism initiatives can often lead to regeneration of the area around an attraction, while sports and leisure development can catalyse healthy living in new communities. This event looks at successful examples, examining the issues they faced and proposed solutions. Details: (tel) 0845 120 9602, (e-mail) firstname.lastname@example.org, (website) www.rtpiconferences.co.uk.
3 November. RTPI season ticket conference. New Connaught Rooms, Great Queen Street, London. This conference will review the latest issues in development control, including case law, statutory changes, policy development and the local authority framework. It will enable practitioners to keep abreast of the fast-changing development world and ensure that their development control practices are up to date and relevant. Details: (tel) 0845 120 9602, (e-mail) email@example.com, (website) www.rtpiconferences.co.uk.
PLANNING LAW UPDATE
8 November. RTPI East of England. Downing College, Cambridge. The RTPI president will make a keynote presentation at this annual update event on planning law. Full details will follow, but provisional bookings are now being taken. Cost: £85.00 + VAT (includes lunch and refreshments). Details: Tina Jessup (tel) 01359 252366, (e-mail) firstname.lastname@example.org, (website) http://eastofengland.rtpi.org.uk.
LOCAL DEVELOPMENT FRAMEWORK UPDATE
8 November. RTPI North East. County Hall, Durham. This third annual event will provide an opportunity to share experience of the new development plans system. As well as expert guidance, there will be a focus on case studies, preparation of annual monitoring reports and the implications for local development frameworks of emerging regional spatial strategy. Cost: £94.00 including VAT. Details: Kay Lough (tel) 01661 871719, (e-mail) email@example.com, (website) http://northeast.rtpi.org.uk.
DAVID FRYER MEMORIAL LECTURE
8 November. RTPI South East. Oxford Brookes University. This lecture will be given by University College London provost Malcolm Grant. There will be a buffet supper with wine. There is no charge for this event but places must be pre-booked. A collection will be taken for the RTPI Charitable Trust. Details: Carol Dawson (tel) 01304 823494, (e-mail) firstname.lastname@example.org, (website) http://southeast.rtpi.org.uk.