Autumn Seminars

31st January 2018

In the autumn we hosted seminars in London, Hook and Exeter which were attended by over 100 clients and joined by 11 speakers. Our seminars covered a range of topics tailored to each location.

London

This September the first of our 3 seminars took place in London at Southwark across the road from our London Office.

We had a great evening, hosted by partner Rebekah Jubb, and our speakers covered a range of planning and political topics to answer the events question ‘Post Election Planning – What’s in Store?’.

On the evening, we were joined by an array of guests including architects, ecologists and property developers. On the evening, speakers included three members of our London team joined by Oliver Deed from Snapdragon Consulting.

Hook

The second of our seminars took place in November at Andwells Brewery near Hook – a local family run brewery with a brand new event space. The seminar ‘Post Election Planning and Influencing the System’ was led by Partner Mike de Courcy who was joined by three members of our Hook team alongside Mike Denness – Director of Local Dialogue.

Topics discussed covered the political side of planning, new and emerging policy and guidance and site promotion opportunities.

Exeter

Our final seminar was hosted in Exeter at another family run brewery – Hanlon’s.

Our Exeter team were joined by local guests to discuss ‘Planning in a Hung Parliament’. The morning was led by Partner Iestyn John joined by Daniel Rogers and Amy Roberts. The team gave attendees a thorough update on a range of topics including recent planning legislation, local issues, the budget and, of course, Brexit.

 

Later this year we will be hosting further seminars across all offices. If you are interested in attending a future seminar, please Click Here to be added to our invitation list.

 

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