Planning for the Recovery - episode 5

If you missed the webinar you can watch the recording below:

*Other episodes in this series are available to watch here*


Our panel of planning barristers from No5 have been busy since lockdown began answering a range of questions placed by clients from across the planning sector. The aim is to provide practical solutions and explore how the public and private sector can keep the planning system moving for the rest of 2020.

We have been tracking Government legislation, guidance and broader sector activity to find good examples of positive planning for the recovery.

Now, with members of the panel participating in some of the first virtual inquiries and court hearings in this brave new world, our next episode will share our experiences, discussing the process and practical realities from the front line. We also look at the policy exchange essays ‘Planning Anew’ which consider how planning might be reformed.

The panel are Christopher Young QC, Thea Osmund-Smith, James Corbet Burcher, Jack Smyth and Leanne Buckley-Thomson.

If you have any questions you would like us to consider relating to virtual inquiries and court hearings, or to the ‘Planning Anew’ collection of essays, please do submit them when registering.