We are delighted to announce that Planning’s Planning For Housing is back in Manchester!
Taking place on 28th February in Manchester, this conference is the annual event for key players within the public and private sectors to gather and address some of the most pertinent planning challenges related to housing this winter.
Through insightful panel discussions, practical breakout sessions and extended speaker Q&As, the conference will explore how the planning system can play a role in delivering enough housing in the North, and in meeting the growing demand for new homes in areas where we need them most.
Join fellow planning practitioners and hear from:
Top players in planning and housing from local and central government as well as the house building industry debating how the planning system can maximise delivery across all tenures
Expert advice on local plan making and the impact of local plan reforms on housing delivery,including detailed information on the evidence- based needed for a successful plan and how to calculate and secure a five-year housing land supply
Key stakeholders in the Northern region on devolution, discussing how strategic plans can be translated at local level and help deliver new housing
Inspiring local practitioners will be sharing best practice examples of green belt release and development on brownfield land
Make sure you don’t miss out on this chance to debate and share best practice with your peersnext February!
LAST YEAR'S ATTENDEES SAID...
'Very insightful event with some excellent contribution to a vital debate'
'Excellent sessions with well-informed and interesting speakers'
Leeds City Council
'Informative, Good range of speakers/views'
'Excellent event! Wide range of interesting speakers and topics from across the sectors'
North Tyneside Council
‘A wide variety of speakers, providing interesting debate on current planning and housing issues’
Visit www.planningforhousingnorth.com for full details and to book your place
"'Excellent sessions with well-informed and interesting speakers'"
Leeds City Council
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