Planning Conference 2018 - West Midlands
The role of planning in health and well-being
Our annual planning conference will take place at our offices in Birmingham on Tuesday 19 June 2018.
This year’s conference will focus on the impact of development on health and well-being and will include:
- The need for planning to address the changing needs of an aging population and its substantial impact on the suitability and availability of Later Living accommodation - Louise Drew (Shakespeare Martineau) and Brian Mullin (Marrons Planning);
- A panel discussion on delivering Later Living and how to break through the barriers - Louise Drew (Shakespeare Martineau), Paul Wakefield (Shakespeare Martineau), Brian Mullin (Marrons Planning), Sarah Daly (SD21 - Sustainable Development for the 21st Century), Dominic Kramer (Morton Wykes Kramer Ltd) and Paul Brown QC (Landmark Chambers);
- The proposed changes and implications of the revised National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) - Paul Brown QC (Landmark Chambers); ; and
- The benefits and challenges of delivering offsite construction - Sarah Daly (SD21 - Sustainable Development for the 21st Century)
There is no charge for attending, but places are limited and booking in advance is essential – please email firstname.lastname@example.org to secure your place.
For further information, please contact Nicola Parkinson.
Who Should Attend?
Those working in the development sector and dealing with the planning system; in particular, house builders, registered provides, local authorities and those advising them.
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