Organiser: Beverley Watson
Location: Pinsent Masons, Manchester
Phone: 0161 604 7799
Infrastructure development remains a cross party political priority and there remains extensive media coverage on the regime for dealing with nationally significant infrastructure projects (NSIPs), the role of the Planning Inspectorate, and more recently the examination of major proposals relating to energy, transport, water, waste and waste water. This seminar will provide a timely opportunity to update, inform and provide answers for those concerned with Nationally Significant Infrastructure Projects (NSIPs) – as well as providing an indication of what changes may arise from the 2015 General Election.
- Planning for Infrastructure: Challenges to Northern England – Cecilia Wong, University of Manchester
- Planning for Private Sector Infrastructure Ports: Master Planning and the Nationally Significant Infrastructure Projects – Warren Marshall, Peel Ports Group Ltd
- The Development Consent Order (DCO) regime from a legal perspective – Jonathan Riley, Pinsent Masons
- Compulsory acquisition as part of the Development Consent Order (DCO) process – Paul Singleton, Turley
- The Role of the Planning Inspectorate – Dr Pauline Lane, chief planning inspectorate
- Community consultation in support of planning applications is a growing area – Emma Zukowski, Turley Engagement
- Airports: How can planning help to remove the constraints which inhibits current and future development? – Alistair Andrew, MAG Airports
- Rail Infrastructure: Building a bigger and better railway for Britain – TBC, Network Rail
Booking your place
To book email firstname.lastname@example.org, 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 must be received at least 7 days before the event or may be subject to a £20 cancellation fee. No refund will be given for non-attendance but substitutions are acceptable at any time.