As the provisions of the Housing and Planning Act 2016 gradually come into force, and with the Neighbourhood Planning Bill in the legislative process, keeping up with the law has rarely been so difficult. The Courts continue to make key planning decisions on a regular basis, and the threat of judicial review is ever-present. This update will help you to identify the issues and understand how to deal with them.
9.30 am Registration & Refreshments
10.00 am Welcome and Introduction from the Chair
Vincent Fraser QC, Kings Chambers
10.10 am The Housing White Paper
Martin Carter, Kings Chambers
10.45 am Infrastructure Planning – Where are we going?
Michelle Moss, Eversheds
11.20 am Coffee Break
11.50 am Neighbourhood Planning
Jonathan Easton, Kings Chambers
12.25 pm CPO Update
Richard Lloyd, Eversheds
1.00 pm Lunch
2.00 pm Changes to Planning Law – What’s coming next?
Fiona Barker, Eversheds
2.35 pm Planning Under Devolved Powers and the GM Mayor
Matthew Collings, Eversheds
3.10 pm Case Law Update
Killian Garvey, Kings Chambers
3.45 pm Plenary
4.15 pm Close
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