The Second Annual Planning Survey: The Results Designing the future planning system
To attend this free event, please RSVP by Friday 6 September to GL Hearn firstname.lastname@example.org
GL Hearn, in partnership with the British Property Federation, have this week made the Second Annual Planning Survey available to all those involved in the planning system in both the public and private sector. Results of the 2013 survey will be compared with our 2012 survey highlighting current and changing opinions, perspectives and trends from senior professional respondents in both sectors.
The survey results will be presented at a breakfast seminar in London on 17 September. The seminar will also cover research conducted for the second year running on major planning applications in London. The research focuses on number, spatial distribution, approval rate and speed of determination on a London wide basis, and borough-by-borough. It also allows changes to be tracked over the last two years. The breakfast seminar will include confirmed speakers drawn from DCLG, the GLA, Land Securities, and a major London Borough who will provide their own perspective on the evolving planning system and the importance of fostering effective public / private sector partnerships to achieve objectives.
Venue The Royal Society of Arts, 8 John Adam Street, London WC2N 6EZ.
Date Tuesday 17 September 08:00 - 10.15
Transport The nearest mainline station is Charing Cross The nearest underground stations are:
Charing Cross Station Embankment Station - Northern Line - District & Circle Lines - Northern Line 08:00 Registration and coffee 09:15 The local authority perspective: how to - Bakerloo Line - Bakerloo Line make the best of the current environment 08:30 Introduction & Welcome Mike Kiely, Director of Planning RSVP Alastair Crowdy, National Head of & Building Control, London Borough To attend this free event please RSVP by Planning, Development and Regeneration, of Croydon 6 September to GL Hearn email@example.com GL Hearn 09:25 London: the GLA’s perspective on the Map 08:35 Setting the scene results and how London can continue Shaun Andrews, Head of Investor and to thrive Developer Planning, GL Hearn Stewart Murray, Assistant Director of Planning for the Mayor of London 08:50 Government’s response: lessons to be learnt, and looking ahead 09:35 Debate Ruth Stanier, Deputy Director, Facilitated by Liz Peace, Department for Communities and Local Chief Executive, BPF Government 10.05 Conclusions and next steps 09:05 The developer perspective: partnerships Liz Peace, Chief Executive, BPF of the future – what works, and what doesn’t 10.15 Close Emma Cariaga, Development Director, Land Securities