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The Fundamentals of Planning

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Planning - hugely complex but increasingly critical to delivering your projects. Its role and remit is growing.
A basic understanding would save you a great deal of time, work and money.


Strengthening place shaping and sustainable communities through a better understanding of planning

Wednesday 25th February 2009, Earls Court Exhibition Centre, London

http://www.planfundamentals.com

Planning - hugely complex but increasingly critical to delivering your projects. Its role and remit is growing.

A basic understanding would save you a great deal of time, work and money.

Master the basics, avoid the pitfalls and make progress with planning at LGC's essential introductory seminar:

Sessions include:

  • What is planning and why is it important?

  • What is the structure of the UK planning system and who is involved?

  • How are applications, documents and plans prepared?

  • What is the decision making process?

  • How and why should you get involved in planning?

  • Where next for planning? What is the future?

Leading practitioners sharing ideas and advice at this event include:

Gideon Amos, Chief Executive, Town and Country Planning Association

Keith Holland, Inspector Manager, Planning Inspectorate

Adam Dodgshon, Principal Consultant, Planning Advisory Service

Mike Palmer, Spatial Planning Manager, Plymouth City Council

Cllr Rob Garnham, Planning Committee Member, Cheltenham Borough Council

Phil Kirby, President, Planning Officers' Society

Can you afford to ignore planning?

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