RICS Development Conference 2012
Venue: Westfield Stratford City
|Event Date/Time: Apr 26, 2012||End Date/Time: Apr 26, 2012|
The in-depth programme drills down into the core of planners' concerns including the post-Localism Bill implementation effects, ongoing growth and value pressures, housing strategy targets, CIL regimes, investment flow concerns and de-risking and government reform impacts. Sessions will show you how your planning project can be maximised to provide greater value, as well as how you can plan large or high-profile projects more effectively, resolve issues around neighbourhood buy-in and weave your way through the reform pressures to provide growth.
Highlights include a talk by Ralph Luck OBE, Director of Property at the Olympic Delivery Authority, who will share insights into the current planning challenges gained from his successful management of complex stakeholder arrangements in high-profile developments. This will be followed by a special panel discussion involving key London 2012 players, whose various learnings from the Olympic planning and delivery process can add value to the local practitioner. Alan Gunne-Jones will present an in-depth look at the current debate around the two sides of planning -Â growth and localism.
Join like-minded professionals at the UK's leading development conference to learn the vital information needed to provide clearer direction to the future of planning, improve performance and value, meet requirements and ultimately bring success and standard to your planning project.