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Conference breakout session: The pitfalls and considerations for moving to cloud-based planning systems

by on April 21, 2022

We have less than a week to go until our Spring Conference 2022 and have added even more great sessions to the agenda.

Gordon Norrie, head of applications and innovation at StatMap Ltd will be running a session on Thursday 28 April, 14:00 – 15:00pm titled ‘The pitfalls and considerations for moving to Cloud-based planning systems’.

Many planning authorities are operating planning case management systems that have been in place for over twenty years. With the changes in technology, this session addresses some of the pitfalls and considerations which planning authorities should give when planning for migration from locally hosted to cloud-based environments.

Ensure you have added this to your schedule, and if you are yet to register for a ticket, you can do so here: https://springconf22.planningportal.co.uk/index/registration

The Spring Conference is our four-day virtual event. Across the week we will be covering some of the most prominent topics in Planning and Building.

  • Monday 25 April: Urban Regeneration.
  • Tuesday 26 April: Building Safety Programme
  • Wednesday 27 April: Beyond Net Zero
  • Thursday 28 April: The Future of Planning: Local Plans

You can access the detailed Agenda and more information here. https://springconf22.planningportal.co.uk/events/calendar?page=1

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