The Joint Planning Law Conference, Oxford.
The annual event for all planning professionals. An unrivalled chance to network with your peers and debate cutting edge issues.
- Heroes and Villains: Challenge & Protest in Planning How campaign groups are using public law to challenge proposed developments.
- Fit to Frack? The Government is committed to fracking: what are the legal implications?
- Delivering The Homes We Need – The Current State of Play
- Making the Past – Delivering the Future
- Local Heroes: Neighbourhood Planning in Practice
- Legal Update: What have been the key issues emerging from cases over the past year?
- Black tie dinner with guest speaker Mitchell J. Silver FAICP, Commissioner, New York City Parks
University of Cambridge
Town and Country Planning Association (TCPA)
Westminster City Council
Friends of the Earth
Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
24 July 2014
Prof Sir Peter Hall has had to withdraw from this year's conference. Making the Past - Delivering the Future will now be presented by Kelvin MacDonald, Senior Visiting Fellow: Dept. of Land Economy, ...
With over 160 people already attending there is still time to book one of the remaining places on the leading annual planning law conference
24 July 2014
The 2014 Joint Planning Law Conference will maintain the traditions of the forty one that precede it by offering delegates a weekend of high quality presentations and papers on current and upcom...
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Who Attends the Conference?
Jointly organised by the Law Society, the Bar Council, the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors and the Royal Town Planning Institute, it is attended by 200 practitioners from the four professions who specialise in town and country planning and professionals with an interest in planning and environmental issues.
There are many opportunities for delegates to mingle and continue the debates at social receptions and over formal dinners in the Balliol College Dining Hall, Oxford.
Early Bird Bookings
An early bird fee of £599 + VAT is available until the 27th June 2014, after that the fee is £639 + VAT. Scholarships are available.