National Planning Summit 2018
This year’s National Planning Summit is the must-attend forum for planning and regeneration professionals, to address the biggest challenges facing the planning system today. Our main focus this year is to understand how to maximise sustainable growth opportunities across the country.
Taking place on 10th May in London, the event comes at a particularly pivotal time. With a revised and updated NPPF to be published this spring and the review of the Community Infrastructure Levy as well as the Draft London Plan, the Summit will be discussing the latest policy updates, whilst also featuring sessions that offer day-to-day, practical information and experience to help you navigate the planning system at a local level.
Gain a truly 360° view of the key challenges that face us and their impact on how the planning system operates
Using replicable case studies and best practice examples, discover what successful practitioners are doing to overcome the most prominent issues in planning today
Gain new insights from policy makers and planning experts on where the opportunities for sustainable growth are this year
Be at the forefront of planning and discover how innovative places have already started to incorporate new and emerging technologies
Benefit from networking opportunities throughout the day and benchmark yourself against sector best-practice
Contribute as a speaker?
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Interested in sponsoring?
Heather Lynn, Account Director
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Accommodation is not included in the ticket price for the conference.
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Expert advisory panel:
The programme for the National Planning Summit 2018 was developed with the help of our expert advisory panel:
Miles Price Planning Director British Land
Colin Wilson Head of Regeneration Old Kent Road
Michael Wilks Planning Projects Manager Suffolk County Council and NSIP specialist, Planning Officers Society
Clare Fielding Partner Town Legal LLP
Stewart Murray Head of Development Group GL Hearn
Patrick Grincell Director HgH Planning