Housing and Planning - Contentious Issues in 2017
This one day programme will provide practical commentary to bring planning professionals up-to-date on the latest developments on property and planning matters relating to housing delivery.
|5 December 2017||Berwin Leighton Paisner LLP, London||£280||BOOK|
Note: All prices are subject to VAT at the prevailing rate
Housing remains contentious. It is a Government priority and considerable effort and legislative reform has been undertaken – the Housing and Planning Act and the Neighbourhood Planning Bill, and we have had recently the Housing White Paper considering further reforms.
Whether the government targets are achievable or not, they are motivated to deliver more housing; and the professions must adapt to deal with the changes in legislative reform; and of the opportunities and frustrations that arise from such change.
There continues to be tension between the visions of planning authorities visions, those of developers and of the communities affected. It is this clash of visions and interests that makes planning intrinsically contentious.
The planning framework creates the rules of engagement, and the battleground will be fought at inquiries and in the courts.
This one day programme will provide practical commentary between law and practice to bring planning professionals up-to-date on the latest developments on property and planning matters relating to housing delivery.
This seminar is aimed at:
- Planning and property professionals - whether consultants or planning officers
- Planning, property and environmental lawyers
- David Churchill, Director, Strategic Planning, Iceni Projects
- Sarah Fitzpatrick, Partner, Berwin Leighton Paisner LLP
- Charles Forrest, Barrister, Francis Taylor Building
- Kieron Hodgson, Director, Iceni Projects
- David van der Lande, Director, Iceni Projects
- James Pereira QC, Barrister, Francis Taylor Building
- Giles Pink, Associate Director, Berwin Leighton Paisner LLP
- Sarah Sackman, Barrister, Francis Taylor Building
- Andrew Yates, Partner, Berwin Leighton Paisner LLP
Welcome and introduction
Government Initiatives in Housing
Housing and Planning Act 2016
The Brown Field Register and Permission in Principle
Neighbourhood Planning Bill/Act and Neighbourhood plans
The Housing White Paper and Housing Land Supply
Build to Rent and the emergence of a new Private Rented Sector
Contentious Planning issues
Loathe thy Neighbour – Planning and Development frustrations and dilemmas
Planning Viability - Piloting the Challenges
Case law Update on 288, 289, 104 Challenges and JR