Are you aware of the key changes to the National Planning Policy Framework? Would you like to increase your knowledge of these changes?
Key changes to the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) in 2018 have reinforced government objectives for the planning system whilst clarifying the intention of national policy in the light of decisions by the courts since 2012. The revised Framework has introduced several new considerations whilst adding emphasis to others.
This seminar will offer in depth knowledge of the NPPF, its structure, intent and interpretation, which can be fundamental to the advice given to clients as the basis for assessing the potential of development and delivering successful outcomes. The seminar will cover the relationship between the Framework, development plans and the National Planning Policy Guidance online resource as well as an overview of key parts of the Framework and any future changes that may be expected.
Neil Osborn, DLP Planning Ltd.
Neil is a senior director at DLP Planning, a national consultancy with a wide-ranging portfolio of projects in the housing, industrial, renewable energy, retail, leisure and educational sectors and working for public sector clients on a range of development management and appeal cases. Following a period in local government and a partnership in a national planning consultancy, he co-founded Development Land and Planning Consultants, based in Bedford, in 1992. The practice was subsequently renamed DLP Planning and is a part of the DLP Consulting Group a multi-disciplinary consultancy with offices in ten locations across England and Wales. His clients are wide ranging and diverse, including national and regional house builders, commercial, retail and leisure developers, renewable and low carbon energy promotors and a variety of other development interests, land owners and investors ranging from publicly quoted businesses to private investors.
- RIBA Members £46 + VAT
- Non-RIBA Member £92 + VAT
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