November Hampshire Seminar

16th October 2017

On Thursday 23rd November we will be hosting our Hampshire Seminar.

Post-Election Planning and Influencing the System

Our speakers will be covering a wide range of topics essential for those involved in the planning or property system.

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Speakers and Topics

Nick Cobbold – Associate

Post-Election Planning Mayhem, Mayday or Maybe…? – Bringing it all together and what this means for all those involved in the planning system moving forward, including a review of new and emerging legislation.

Mike Denness – Managing Director of Local Dialogue (and chairman of planning committee on the south coast)

Politics in Planning – How to influence the system through early engagement with politicians and other stakeholders with an insight into what further changes we may see coming from Government and politics at the local level.

Liz Alexander – Senior Principal Planner

Site Promotion Opportunities – When and how to act to ensure that a site stands the best chance of making it into a local or neighbourhood plan, together with an update on progress with local plans in the area, housing supply positions and weakness, and what we can expect if a standardised methodology for assessing housing need is implemented.

Mike Cole – Associate

Useful Pointers – Including the rise in application fees and ability to recoup a planning application fee, permission in principle, national space standards, permitted development update and prior approval, SANG capacity and other constraints, conditions removing permitted development rights, and S106/CIL general update.

We look forward to seeing you on the evening.

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