Location: Stricklandgate House, Kendal
Phone: 0161 604 7799
Rural Update: Neighbourhood Planning: The Rural Context: are rural areas leading the way?
Against the current background of uncertainty over planning influence, this year's Rural Update event will focus on neighbourhood planning and its contribution to planning in rural areas.
If rural areas are leading the way, as parish level plans become more influential, how might this assist political promises to integrate neighbourhood planning into the planning system and indeed ensure that it becomes the bedrock of the future planning system?
A wide-ranging team of speakers will address the emerging issues and delegate participation will include a good practice workshop from North West Planning Aid.
Neighbourhood Planning: an Update and Review of the current position
Jonathan Green, DCLG
Research on Neighbourhood Plans: User experience of Neighbourhood Planning
Prof Gavin Parker, Henley Business School, University of Reading
An Assessment of Neighbourhood Planning and its future development
Emma Critchley, Locality
Tattenhall Neighbourhood Plan: An evaluation of the process in practice
Carol Weaver, Tattenhall Neighbourhood Plan Team, Cheshire
Rural Neighbourhood Plans: a work in progress
- The perspective from a local planning authority: Maurice Brophy, Lancaster City Council
- The perspective from emerging Neighbourhood Plans: David Crosby, Dore Village Society
Rural Neighbourhood Plans Workshop: good practice and the way forward
Christine Ellis, North West Planning Aid
Chairman: David Alexander, Freelance Planner
Book your place now
Please contact email@example.com or Bev Watson, RTPI NW, 2nd Floor, Emerson House, Albert St, Eccles, Salford, M30 0TE
9.30am Registration & refreshments
10am Welcome and Introduction by the chairman David Alexander, RTPI English Policy Panel Members, Freelance Planner
10.15am Neighbourhood Planning: an Update and Review of the current position Jonathan Green, Decentralisation and Neighbourhood Planning Team, DCLG
10.50am Coffee break
11.05am Research on Neighbourhood Plans: Use Experience of Neighbourhood Planning Professor Gavin Parker, Professor of Planning Studies and Director of Planning Programmes, Henley Business School, University of Reading
11.40am An Assessment of Neighbourhood Planning and its future development Emma Critchley, Development Officer, National Development Team, Locality
12.10am Tattenhall Neighbourhood Plan: An evaluation of the process in practice Carol Weaver, Tattenhall Neighbourhood Plan Team, Cheshire
1.40pm Rural Neighbourhood Plans: a work in progress
The perspective from a local planning authority Maurice Brophy, Planning and Housing Policy Manager, Lancaster City Council
The perspective from emerging Neighbourhood Plans David Crosby, Dore Neighbourhood Plan, Dore Village Society, Nr Sheffield
2.40pm Rural Neighbourhood Plans Workshop: good practice and the way forward Christine Ellis, Chair and Volunteer, RTPI NW Planning Aid
3.40pm Workshop feedback
4pm Closing remarks by the Chair
Booking your place
Please fill in the form below, indicating payment method preferred.
RTPI members – £95 +VAT (£114.00)
Non-RTPI members – £100 +VAT (£120.00)
Retired RTPI members – £47.50 +VAT (£57.00)
Limited subsidised places are available for unwaged members and students on full time RTPI accredited courses – £30.00 +VAT (£36.00)
Cancellations received less than 5 working days prior to the event will be subject to a £35 charge. No refund will be given for non-attendance but substitutions are acceptable at any time.
Ring Bev Watson on 0161 604 7799
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or post it to: Bev Watson, RTPI NW Regional Co-ordinator, 2nd Floor, Emerson House, Albert St, Eccles, Salford, M30 0TE