Please view our 2018 programme below:
14 September 2018
15 September 2018
A more creative and collaborative endeavour. Key players need to adapt and evolve.
Sir Terry Farrell CBE, Principal, Farrells
A total place approach.
Jo Negrini, CEO, Croydon Council
The implications of air quality for development and planning. What lessons can be learnt from the ClientEarth litigation and will it constrain future development? How can local authorities and developers ensure compliance with air quality requirements?
Katie Nield, UK Clean Air Lawyer, ClientEarth
The practical "dos and don'ts" of the appeal process. How does the Inspectorate work? What do Inspectors expect from the parties in written representations, and at hearings and inquiries? What makes a good advocate and planning witness? What are the common pitfalls of presenting a case, and how can participants avoid them?
Christine Thorby, Planning Inspectorate
Guest speaker: John Rhodes OBE, Quod - late night entertainment
16 September 2018
Ten years on, has the Planning Act 2008 worked?
Angus Walker, Partner, Bircham Dyson Bell LLP
What have been the key issues emerging from cases over the past year?
Christopher Young QC, Barrister, No5 Chambers
Programme timings are meant as a guide line and are subject to change. A final programme with timings will be included in your joining instructions on registration.
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A Scottish perspective on community participation in planning and other issues by Kate Houghton RTPI
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Watch podcasts from this year's event here: http://www.jplc.org/podcasts/ If you missed this year's conference why don't you put the date in your diary for next year 14 -16 September 2018.
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-hierarchic...
Partner, SJ Berwin LLP