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Planning Portal Annual Conference: Lindsey Richards – Homes England

by on July 16, 2021

Joining our Community Engagement panel discussion on Thursday 19 November at 10:30 is Lindsey Richards, Head of Planning at Homes England.

Lindsey works in a consultancy role providing specialist advice to Homes England delivery teams and was responsible for driving design quality standards and introducing BfL12 as an assessment tool on Homes England sites. She sits on the Garden Town and Villages Programme Board and works closely with MHCLG on policy formulation. Her current remit covers community engagement and the introduction of a strategy and toolkit to support Homes England projects.  

As Head of Profession within Homes England, she undertakes a mentoring role to promote the profession and support licentiate members. Lindsey established the Planners Network within the Agency and oversees training and the Homes England annual planning conference. 

Lindsey is a chartered town planner with over 30 years of experience in planning, design and delivery. She has extensive background primarily working in the public sector, experienced in community engagement and bringing together multi-disciplinary teams to deliver key housing projects. Super Early Bird tickets for the conference are currently available by registering through our website, you can access the tickets here.

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