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Save the date for the Planning Portal Virtual Conference 2020

by on July 9, 2020

The Planning Portal are delighted to be hosting our second annual Conference, taking place virtually this year from 16-19 November.

The Conference will be held online to ensure we can still connect delegates with multiple industry-leading keynote speakers and panel discussions, whilst keeping everyone safe during the uncertainty of COVID-19.

The event will encompass all of the most pertinent topics effecting planning and building, which is more important than ever, as the government is due to announce what will potentially be the largest changes in planning history.

The event will be streamed for three hours over each of the four dates, giving delegates the chance to take part in the events, exhibitions and networking options that are most important to you, without too much interference to your daily business.

The Conference will provide opportunities to interact from your home or office, including live Q&A sessions, topic polls, and networking opportunities with all delegates, speakers and sponsors.

Registration and the official event website will be open soon, with more information on speakers, sponsors and topics. The event will be free for public sector employees.

If you are interested in finding out more information, or would like to find out about speaking opportunities for yourself or your organisation, please contact for more details.

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