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The digital future of planning and building: watch our last webinar

by on October 6, 2021

The recording of our latest webinar – ‘The digital future of planning and building’ – is now available on the On Demand section of the Planning Portal Community Hub.

Head over and sign up for your free profile to catch up on the latest developments to the Planning Portal application system and guidance site, as discussed by Paramjit Singh last week. You can also access all our On Demand content, latest industry news and networking opportunities.

We will be hosting the next episode on Tuesday 26 October. Ensure you have ticked the ‘add to schedule’ button on the right-hand side of the box to receive access links and reminders about the event.

There are a few simple steps to register for the next episode:

  1. Follow this link through to The Hub.
  2. At the top of the page is a ‘Join Now’ button. Click here and follow the steps to register your account.
  3. Clicking the Planning Portal logo will take you back to the home screen of The Hub.
  4. Navigate to the ‘Webinar/On Demand’ button at the top of the page.
  5. Select the date and episode you would like to attend.
  6. To add this webinar to your Hub schedule, click the button on the top, right hand corner of the pop-up screen:

If you need any assistance, please email community@planningportal.co.uk.

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