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
Few things in life are certain. The only pleasurable one is the Oxford Joint Planning Law Conference. Every September I always know that I will come away from the weekend having experienced (1) really top quality presentations by leaders in the planning field and which have been subjected to peer review in a way that really doesn't happen elsewhere (2) the opportunity to socialise with the majority of those in the planning and planning law professions at all levels in a completely non-hierarchical way and a world away from the commercial conference circuit and (3) the unique atmosphere of New College which I just wish I could bottle and sell.
Partner, SJ Berwin LLP
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
One of the best planning law conferences in the annual calendar - you can always expect speakers who are both erudite and entertaining, professional organisation and an unparalleled opportunity to network in the bar and disco!
Principal Solicitor, Environment Agency
The Oxford conference has proved its worth over many years. It still provides a vital forum for debate and a crucial meeting place for all those concerned with planning law.
Barrister, 4-5 Gray's Inn Square
The Oxford conference is an essential insight for the junior planning barrister into how planning works, the opportunities, the pitfalls and the personalities. I have twice attended on the generous scholarship for those of recent call and recommend it very highly from both a professional and personal point of view.
Ned Westaway, Francis Taylor Building
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...