02 February 2012
8:00 AM - 10:00 AM
RIBA West Midlands Office, BMI, Margaret Street, Birmingham B3 3SP
As the Localism Bill makes its final passage through Parliament, it is important for architects to understand how their role will change under the new approach to planning, highlighting the crucial role that they have to play in helping communities to understand the potential of their local built environment and prepare neighbourhood plans.
This event takes a look at the following aspects from a regional and local perspective:
The strategic purpose of the reforms
The key changes that this will mean for the Planning system.
The impact this is likely to have on Architects and fellow professionals across the sector
The emphasis on community planning and community engagement and the role Architects can play here
Speaker: Dave Chetwyn MA, MRTPI, IHBC, FInstLM, Director of Urban Vision North Staffordshire
8am for an 8.30am start, with pastries, tea and coffee.
Students & concessions: £10 +VAT (£12)
RIBA CPD Club Members: £15 +VAT (£18)
RIBA Members: £20 +VAT (£24)
Non-Members: £30 +VAT (£36)
RIBA West Midlands