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Next Agent Workshop in Rotherham – hurry for places!

by on February 8, 2011

Over recent months the Planning Portal has been working closely with local authorities by holding work shops for planning professionals that wish to learn more about submitting applications online.

The events which have been held at council offices have proved successful and feedback has been very positive.

The workshops have been an opportunity for paper submitting agents to see how the planning portal can help them and save money on each application, learn more about the tools available, as well as the chance for a Q&A session at the end of the workshop.

The next event scheduled to run is:

Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council

Friday 11th February 2011

If you are an agent that submits applications on paper and would like to learn about the benefits of online submission by attending a workshop then please email marketing@planningportal.gov.uk

A member of the Portal team will be on hand to answer any questions regarding other tools featured on the site, and provide any one-to-one assistance with individual queries about our services.

There will also be an opportunity for general planning queries to be discussed with representatives from the local planning authority.

Alternatively if you are from a local authority and interested in working with us to drive e-planning please contact Scott Alford at scott.alford@planningportal.gsi.gov.uk

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