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Planning for Growth

by on January 27, 2012

We recently hosted a free event in collaboration with RTPI, RICS, RIBA and CIAT. We have two more planned for the coming weeks.

The theme of the events is ‘Planning for Growth’ and focuses on how new ways of working (such as submitting all your applications online) can help support the Government’s growth plans as well as save you time and money. The audience was mostly planning professionals.

The day went very well: all the speakers presentations were very well received and after lunch, the audience were able to direct their questions to the speakers leading to some vibrant debate.

We have a further two events that we’re hosting with RTPI, RICS, RIBA and CIAT coming up, the next in Bristol on 2nd February and then London on 20th March.

If you submit planning applications on behalf of your business or organisation you’ll find the day extremely useful.

If you’re interested in attending there are a few places left although they are very limited – first come, first served.

Sign-up for Bristol event (few places left) (2nd February)

We’re still finalising details for the London Planning for Growth event. Keep an eye on the blog for more details on how to attend.

Trees event

We’re also running another free event in London on 21 February. Looking again at efficiencies to be gained from electronic ways of working, the day will focus mostly on issues relevant to arborculturalists and tree surgeons.

Again, the day will be of most benefit to those creating and submitting planning applications in relation to trees.

Sign up for the London trees event (21st February)

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2 Comments
  1. Is there any chance of getting a Planning for Growth seminar up north? Newcastle perhaps?

    Eddy Myers

  2. Dennis Harvey permalink

    Has it occurred to the profession that “planning for growth” is not a good idea. Growth appears to imply more business or housing developement: this is not sustainable. How about a workshop on “Planning for Sustainability”?

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