Annual Planning Seminar Bristol 2018

Presented by experts in their field, this seminar will highlight current and future issues of planning law and practice, and aims to provide essential updates.


09.20 - 09:50 Registration
09.50 - 10:00 Welcome
10.00-10.40 Planning for Business, Infrastructure and Skills in the West of England Combined Authority
10.40-11.00 Delivering Housing in the South West – cross boundary co-operation and the need for Green Belt reviews, delivered by Paul Cairnes QC and Peter Goatley
11.00-11.30 Decision-taking post NPPF Review, presented by Richard Kimblin QC and Satnam Choongh
11.30-11.50 Refreshment Break
11.50-12.20 Plan-making post NPPF Review, presented by Hugh Richards and James Corbet-Burcher
12.20-13.00 Delivering Affordable Housing in the South West. Financial Viability - where are we headed?, presented by Christopher Young QC and Nigel Jones (FRICS)
13.00-13.15 QandA
13.15-14.00 Lunch
14.00-14.15 Keeping your Judge on-side, presented by Christian Hawley
14.15-14.45 Planning Court cases update, presented by Thea Osmund-Smith and Leanne Buckley-Thomson
14.45-15.05 Lessons from Wales, presented by Jack Smyth
15.05-15.25 A SAC-full of Ashes – sorting out SANGs, presented by Scott Stemp
15.25-15.45 If the Cap Fits – Aarhus and all that!, presented by Nina Pindham
15.45-16.00 Village Greens and Restrictive Covenants as obstacles to development, presented by Rowena Meager
16.00-16.15 QandA