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Conference Booking and Pricing Information
Why JPLC Oxford?
You should attend if you work in the planning system and are a surveyor, planning consultant, planning officer, barrister, solicitor, developer or other planning professional. The conference provides delegates with detailed practical papers containing in-depth analysis, advice and case studies relating to the key planning issues of the day. The weekend opens with a keynote speech and dinner in Balliol College Hall and during the remainder of the conference, there are plenty of other networking opportunities. Take away information that will give you the edge in your practice, add value to your organisation and offer new ideas to implement.Can you afford to miss JPLC Oxford?
Conference Fee 2013
Early Bird Fee (bookings made before 28 June 2013): £599 + VAT
After 28 June 2013 full conference fee: £639 + VAT
Scholarship places: £320 + VAT
Parking £25 + VAT
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JPLC 2013 Is Looking For A Pianist- Grade 8 Or Above To Play At The Reception - Please Get in Touch.
29 July 2013
We are looking for a talented pianist (grade 8 or above) attending the conference to play the beautiful piano in the Master's Lodgings at Balliol during the reception on Friday evening (7pm to 8pm). P...
Relevant, interesting and challenging in equal measure, the conference combines high quality, topical content with a welcoming, friendly and highly sociable atmosphere.
Executive Director, Argent Group plc
The Oxford Planning Conference is an excellent opportunity to keep up, both with the new developments and thinking in a rapidly changing world and also with old friends and colleagues. It is a winning combination of education and sociability which I always make it a point to try not to miss.
Barrister, No 5 Chambers