The Annual Conference
JPLC 2020: Sadly, there will be no Joint Planning Law Conference at Oxford this year, due to the continuing coronavirus pandemic. So we hope you will be able to join us instead at this special online event, kindly supported by Sweet & Maxwell, on Friday 11 September @ 2pm. We are delighted that it will feature some of the speakers that were due to appear at Oxford, condensed into a free, 2-hour, digital package. The Oxford conference will return to New College and the Union for its 49th year in 2021. We are grateful for their understanding and support for the decision to cancel the conference this year.
The annual Joint Planning Law Conference (the JPLC - known as 'the Oxford conference') will once again bring together leading experts from across the four key professions within planning.
The JPLC, often referred to as ‘the Oxford conference’, provides the setting for vibrant discussions covering the latest issues affecting the planning industry. It’s attended each year by town planners, chartered surveyors, solicitors, barristers and developers. If you’re interested in planning and environmental issues, you’ll be in good company.
- The role of planning in rebalancing the UK economy
- Meeting the Net Zero Challenge and Preparing for Climate Change
- Legal Update