Events

Throughout the year we host roundtable discussions between leading politicians and key figures within the development industry.

These discussions have dual benefits: they enable clients to understand emerging planning policy, and they enable political guest speakers to understand how policy affects those bringing forward development projects across the UK.

Forthcoming Events

Cllrs Mark Dance & Mike Whiting
April 24, 2019
Kent County Council Cabinet Members for Economic Development and Planning & Highways
Cllr Teresa O’Neill OBE
May 28, 2019
Leader of the London Borough of Bexley

Previous Events

Cllr David Williams
February 13, 2019
Leader of Hertfordshire County Council
Cllr Richard Watts
January 22, 2019
Leader of Islington Council
Cllr Chris Hammond
November 28, 2018
Leader of Southampton City Council
Cllr Tony Dignum
October 12, 2018
Leader of Chichester District Council
Roberta Blackman-Woods MP
July 10, 2018
Shadow Planning Minister
Cllr James Swindlehurst
June 05, 2018
Leader of Slough Borough Council
Cllr Georgia Gould
April 25, 2018
Leader of Camden Council
Cllr Peter Lamb
February 07, 2018
Leader of Crawley Borough Council
Robert Courts MP
November 16, 2017
Member of Parliament for Witney & West Oxfordshire
Clive Betts MP
October 24, 2017
Chair, Communities and Local Government Committee
Case Studies
74 new homes…
Runnymede Borough Council
94 new homes
Waverley Borough Council
518 new homes…
London Borough of Bexley
Post consent amendments…
Royal Borough of Greenwich
Mineral extraction
Buckinghamshire County Council
394 new homes
Havering Borough Council
90 new homes
Stroud District Council
3,500 new homes
South Cambridgeshire District Council
1,800 new homes
Waverley Borough Council
2,204 new homes
Malvern Hills District Council, Wychavon District Council, Worcester City Council
Politics of Planning
Rosewell Review: Planning appeal process could be reduced by 5 months
SP Broadway hosts Politics of Planning Breakfast with Cllr David Williams, Leader of Hertfordshire County Council
300,000 new homes per year unachievable, says NAO