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  • 1. 21 APRIL 2016 ARSENAL FOOTBALL CLUB, THE EMIRATES STADIUM, LONDON BOOK BY 11 MARCH 2016 AND SAVE £50 Designed For The Sector, By The Sector The National Planning Summit is designed to tackle only the biggest, most pertinent challenges facing the planning system today. n Get the latest information and policy updates to help you tackle challenges within strategic planning, housing, infrastructure provision, successful local plan making and development management n Explore and debate the implications of the Housing and Planning Bill on affordable housing and delivering the growth agenda n Gain new insights from policy makers, planning experts and practitioners on where the opportunities for sustainable growth through planning are NOW Brandon Lewis MP, Minister of State for Housing and Planning, Department for Communities and Local Government Steve Quartermain, Department for Communities and Local Government Eamonn Boylan, Lead Chief Executive, Planning and Housing, Greater Manchester Combined Authority John Rhodes, Director, Quod and Chair, The Government- Commissioned Local Plans Expert Group Liz Peace, Adviser on Property, Politics and the Built Environment Paula Hassall, Head of CIL and S106, DepartmentforCommunitiesandLocalGovernment Peter Andrew, Deputy Chairman, Home Builders Federation Clare Devine, Executive Director Architecture, Built Environment and Design, Design Council Cabe THIRD ANNUAL DELIVERING GROWTH IN A CHANGING POLICY LANDSCAPE FEATURING INSIGHTS FROM PRESENTS www.theplanningsummit.com #ThePlanningSummit @PLANNINGMAG Media Partner:Event Partners:
  • 2. www.theplanningsummit.com #ThePlanningSummit @PLANNINGMAG  09.30 Chair’s Opening Remarks Richard Garlick, Editor, Planning and PlacemakingResource 09.40 Opening Address 10.05 Thought-Leadership Keynote John Adams, Partner, Deloitte Real Estate Planning Consultancy 10.25 Keynote Address Brandon Lewis MP, Minister of State for Housing and Planning, Department For Communities and Local Government 10.50 Networking Break and Morning Refreshments 11.10 FOCUS SESSIONS: TACKLING THE DAY-TO-DAY PLANNING CHALLENGES The following breakout sessions are designed to answer the most challenging ‘how to’ questions whilst offering practical information and guidance on the latest planning policy. Tailor your day by selecting the stream/session that you would like to attend. Choose from three focused sessions: Thursday 21 April 2016 Plan-Making 1) How Can Better Local Plans Be Produced More Quickly? • The implications of the Secretary of State’s new powers to intervene in plan-making, as proposed in the Housing and Planning Bill • What might have happened to the local authorities without a plan in place by early 2017? • How can developers help support local plan production? • What are the key factors in delays in local plan production? • How can cross-boundary requirements be addressed? • What will a local plan look like in the future? John Rhodes, Director, Quod and Chair, The Government-Commissioned Local Plans Expert Group Keith Holland, Former Assistant Director, The Planning Inspectorate Mike Lambert, Planning Director, Countryside Properties 2) Devolution of Planning Powers To City-Regions: What Does It Mean To You? • What planning powers have been devolved to different English city- regions? • What opportunities and threats do statutory cross-boundary city-regional plans, mayoral development corporations, mayoral CILs, land commissions and mayoral call-in powers present to applicants and authorities? • How are combined authorities and city mayors preparing for devolution? • How have combined authorities been cooperating to secure devolved planning powers and responsibilities? Eamonn Boylan, Lead Chief Executive, Planning and Housing, Greater Manchester Combined Authority Amy Harhoff, Head of Transport, Housing Infrastructure and Planning, Sheffield City Region Combined Authority and Local Enterprise 3) Five Year Housing Land Supply: How To Show Whether It Is In Place • What weight do local authorities, inspectors and the Secretary of State respectively give to five year housing land supply? • How can local authorities achieve an accurate picture amid uncertainty over rates of development and the timescale within which permitted or allocated sites come forward? • How can councils and developers reach agreement on five year land supply? • In what circumstances can authorities avoid losing on appeal when they cannot show a five year land supply? • In what circumstances can developers secure planning permission on unallocated sites if a five year land supply can be showed? Mike Kiely, Chair, Planning Officers Society Board Strategic Planning Housing Media Partner:Event Partners:
  • 3. www.theplanningsummit.com #ThePlanningSummit @PLANNINGMAG  11.55 Choose your Next Focused Session: 13.00 Networking Lunch 13.55 Choose your next Focus Session: 14.00 12.00 Development Management 7) Permitted Development Rights For Conversions To Housing: How Recent Changes Affect You • Update on last year’s rule changes on converting buildings to residential use: what are permitted development rights now and how are they going to be extended? • What are the practical implications for applicants and planning authorities of the new rights to demolish offices and built homes? • What controls will councils retain, for instance through prior approval rights or by seeking exemption through article 4 directions? • Lessons from appeals against refusal of prior approval Mike Derbyshire, Head of Planning, Bidwells 4) Is A Local Plan Sound? The Key Questions • What differentiates a sound from an unsound housing needs assessment? • How can councils make the duty to co-operate work to meet housing need on a wider than local basis? • What are the best ways to engage developers and land owners in the local plan process? • How to ensure your local plan meets the government’s new requirements on Starter Homes • When can the promise of an early review be used to enable a plan to be adopted? This breakout session includes the case study of Hounslow Local Plan adopted in September 2015. Senior representative, The Planning Inspectorate Heather Cheesbrough, Director of Planning and Strategic Transport, London Borough of Croydon 8) Policy Update: The Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) • What are the findings of the government review of CIL, and how will they inform government policy? • What has been the impact of CIL where introduced? Is it delivering infrastructure? How is it affecting development? • Pooling restrictions: what role can CIL play in helping to ensure that limits on pooling section 106 agreements do not thwart local infrastructure funding • How to set a CIL charge at a level that does not prevent development from coming forward Paula Hassall, Head of CIL and S106, Department for Communities and Local Government 5) Making The Strategic Coordination Of Transport Investments Work For Growth • How can planning authorities work with transport and infrastructure providers to supply the connectivity that will deliver growth? • How can the planning system identify corridors for growth and make the best use of lands around stations and other hubs? • How new powers to use the NSIP process to consent housing linked to infrastructure could be used to coordinate growth • How can car clubs help to maximise the potential of development sites – experience from UK cities over the past ten years Isabel Dedring, Deputy Mayor for Transport, Greater London Authority Richard de Cani, Managing Director - Planning, Transport for London Amy Harhoff, Head of Transport, Housing Infrastructure and Planning, Sheffield City Region Combined Authority and Local Enterprise Partnership, on behalf of Transport for the North Senior representative, Carplus 9) Green Belt: When Does Current Policy Make Release Possible? • Updateongovernmentpolicyon greenbelt,andhowitisbeing interpretedatexaminationandappeal • How much does the government’s new encouragement for brownfield sites in the green belt can be used for housing change policy? • Why do we need to look at green belt? What can be achieved if we release green belt land, and what difference can it make? • What can be learned from the experience of local authorities that have completed green belt reviews? Edward Clarke, Analyst, Centre for Cities Simon Trueick, Partnership Planning Policy Manager, ChristchurchandEastDorsetCouncils 6) The New Routes For Accelerating Planning Permissions For Housing: What Do They Mean To You? • Which will be the best route for consenting large sites for housing: local development orders, permissions in principle, local plan allocations, NSIPs or permitted development rights for office demolition and rebuild? • What are the practical implications, for applicants and authorities, of brownfield registers and permissions in principle? • When is it appropriate to produce local development orders for housing and how can these be produced most efficiently? Thissessionincludesshort presentationsfollowedbyroundtable discussions:thisisyouropportunityto interactwithyourpeersandshareyour experienceandperspectiveonthenew routesforplanningpermissions! Iain Gilbey, Partner, Head of Planning and Environment, Pinsent Masons LLP Infrastructure Housing
  • 4. www.theplanningsummit.com #ThePlanningSummit @PLANNINGMAG  14.45 Choose your next Focus Session: 15.35 Networking Break And Afternoon Refreshments 15.55 Keynote Address 16.20 Question Time Expert Panel – The Impact Of The Latest Reforms On The Future Of Planning And Affordable Housing • The Housing and Planning Bill and the Chancellor’s Productivity Plan: what do they mean for planning in the coming years? How do they offer solutions to unlocking barriers to housing delivery? • Will planning authorities be able to continue to plan and ensure the delivery of social rented housing in the era of Starter Homes? • Will does the Starter Homes policy affect planning authorities’ ability to meet need for other kinds of affordable housing in existing and future local plans? Will the Starter Homes policy affect the build-out of existing permissions for social rented homes? Session Chair: Clive Betts MP (Sheffield South East), Chair, Communities and Local Government Select Committee Steve Quartermain, Department for Communities and Local Government Liz Peace, Adviser on Property, Politics and the Built Environment Peter Andrew, Deputy Chairman, Home Builders Federation Stewart Murray, Assistant Director - Planning, Development and Environment, Greater London Authority 17.00 Chair’s Closing Remarks 17.05 Close Of Summit If you are interested in hosting the drinks reception, please contact Heather.Smith@haymarket.com 14.50 10) Neighbourhood Plans: The Opportunities And Challenges Today • The implications of the powers granted in the Housing and Planning Bill to the Secretary of State to intervene in neighbourhood planning matters • What weight is being placed on neighbourhood plans by the Planning Inspectorate and the Secretary of State in their decision- making? • Promoting developments in neighbourhood plans: best practice and lessons learnt • What difficulties arise in ensuring that neighbourhood plans are in conformity with local plans? Paul Burrell, Director, Pegasus Group Ltd 11) The National Infrastructure Commission: What Does It Mean For Planning? • The National Infrastructure Commission: how will it work? • What are the planning implications of its advice to government on the High Speed 3 northern rail link, London public transport and energy infrastructure? • Update on its review of the role of infrastructure investment in housing Speakers to be announced. 12) Housing Standards And Achieving Higher Quality Design • What much importance is the government placing on the need for good quality design for new housing? • How is the housing standards review impacting on local authorities and developers? • How can housing standards be protected in conversions implemented under permitted development rights? • What will be the impact of Starter Homes on quality? Clare Devine, Executive Director Architecture, Built Environment and Design, Design Council Cabe Philip Barnes, Group Land and Planning Director, Barratt Developments Plc
  • 5. www.theplanningsummit.com #ThePlanningSummit @PLANNINGMAG  Why you should attend The National Planning Summit 2016 Government Minister Who attended last year? % Hear from... This event is: Local Authority 29 Planning Consultancy 29 Developer 14 Government 7 Legal 6 Third Sector 6 Other 4 Public/Private Partnership 3 Academia 2 Brandon Lewis MP is Minister of State for Housing and Planning at the Department for Communities and Local Government. He is responsible for housing, planning policy, neighbourhood planning and planning casework, and is lead Minister on the Housing and Planning Bill. of our Delegates are Director Level 35% Sector % Public 46 Private 54 10 20 30 40 50 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 Government advisers Housebuilders Senior officers leading devolution of planning powers to city-regional government Senior local authority planning officers with practical experience of meeting topical challenges Senior regional transport agency officials
  • 6. 21 APRIL 2016 ARSENAL FOOTBALL CLUB, THE EMIRATES STADIUM, LONDON THIRD ANNUAL CONFERENCECODE17084152226 www.theplanningsummit.com Accommodation Accommodation is not included in the conference fee. For further information and full terms and conditions visit www.theplanningsummit.com. Group Discount We recognise the value of learning in teams and encourage group attendance. Every 3rd delegate from a company group booking will receive a 50% discount. Group discounts cannot be used in conjunction with the early bird rates or any other promotional offer. Charity Discount Lower rates are available to registered charities. Please enquire at conferences@haymarket.com for details. Speakers’ Presentations £199 (For non conference attendees) Speakers’ presentations are included in all delegate fees and are accessible via a password-protected website; they are not supplied in printed form. Access will be granted one week after the event, subject to speaker disclosure. Cancellation Date Cancellations on or before 10 March 2016 are subject to a handling fee of £99 per delegate. Cancellations received after 10 March 2016 are subject to the full fee that is payable for the conference. SPONSOR THE SUMMIT Interested in getting involved and showcasing your work and expertise to a room full of planning professionals? Simply drop a note to Heather.Smith@haymarket.com with details of your work, your contact information and the best time to get in touch. We will then contact you to discuss how we can work together to move your ideas forward. BOOK TODAY ONLINE: www.theplanningsummit.com CALL: +44 (0)20 8267 4011 PRICING INFORMATION Book By 11 March 2016 Book From 12 March 2016 Public Sector £335* Save £50 £385* Private Sector £405* Save £50 £455* *Prices are subject to VAT @20% What past delegates say about The National Planning Summit: “Excellent cross-pollination between different areas of planning” Barristers, Barrister Cornerstone Barristers “Great range of very relevant topics with some excellent speakers” Senior Local Plan Officer, South Staffordshire DC “Quick snapshot into pertinent planning issues” Associate Planner, Peter Brett Associates “Good opportunity to debate” Planning Manager, Aitch Group #ThePlanningSummit @PLANNINGMAG 

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