Home > Seminars > *FULLY BOOKED* Planning for the right homes in the right places: Key aspects and implications of the DCLG’s consultation proposals

Details

Date:

Monday 4th December 2017

Time:

08:45 - 10:00

CPD:

1.75

Fee:

£30 +VAT - Free for local authorities

Venue:

Landmark Chambers, 180 Fleet Street, London EC4A 2HG

Programme

08:30

Registration

08:45

Welcome by chair Christopher Katkowski QC,
Landmark Chambers

08:50

The role of the emerging NPPF: Insights into the way the NPPF re-drafting may approach the question of OAN, including its relationship with plan making and paragraph 14 of the NPPF
Rupert Warren QC, Landmark Chambers

09:05

The proposed approach to calculating housing need: Is the Government’s proposed approach one which raises more questions than answers - will it achieve the stated intention of meeting the need for housing or will it inevitably lead to continued under-provision?
Christopher Katkowski QC, Landmark Chambers

09:20

The proposed approach to statements of common ground: Will the Government’s proposals help or hinder the duty to co-operate?
Heather Sargent, Landmark Chambers

09:35

The proposals concerning viability: An assessment of the suggested changes, and consideration of whether simplicity is achievable, and whether it would constitute an improvement on the status quo.
Alistair Mills, Landmark Chambers

09:50

Questions and Discussion

10:00

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