London Planning Summit 2013

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Planning Beyond Boundaries

Thursday 19th September 2013


Etc Venues, 57 North Wharf Rd, Paddington, London W2 1LA

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The London Planning Summit is a one-day conference organised by RTPI London and sponsored by KDH Associates (main sponsor) and Iceni Projects (co-sponsor).

The theme for this year is Planning Beyond Boundaries which will consider current and emerging best practice planning in London across three plenary sessions:

0900 Registration

0930 Welcome and Opening Remarks

0935 Plenary 1 – Planning Beyond Borough Boundaries

Stewart Murray, Assistant Director – Planning, Greater London Authority

  • The Mayor’s 2020 Vision and The London Plan
  • Working with boroughs and the home counties to plan the future capital

Vivienne Ramsey OBE, Executive Director of Planning Policy and Decisions, London Legacy Development Corporation

  • The London Legacy Development Corporation
  • Planning Decisions, Policies and CIL across Borough boundaries

Dr Stephen King, Deputy Director, North London Strategic Alliance and London Stansted Cambridge Consortium

  • Sub-regional partnerships and beyond London’s boundaries
  • The London Stansted Corridor Consortium

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1055 Refreshments

1110 Plenary 2 – Planning Beyond Professional Boundaries

Neighbourhood planning, planning with businesses, regeneration and economic development, development funding

Chris Brown, Chief Executive, Igloo Regeneration

  • Planning together for economic development and regeneration
  • The Citizen Led Revolution – A new role for planners?

Simon Bevan, Director of Planning, London Borough of Southwark

  • Plan-making with local neighbourhoods and businesses
  • Southwark’s experience

Gordon Adams, Head of Planning, Battersea Power Station Development Company

  • Delivering regeneration at Battersea Power Station
  • Reconciling viability, conservation and cross-borough issues

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1230 Lunch

1330 Plenary 3 – Planning Infrastructure Beyond Boundaries

Major infrastructure projects, strategic transport infrastructure, High Speed 2

Peter Moth, Principal Transport Planner, Transport for London

  • High Speed 2 – Challenges for London
  • HS2’s interface with London
  • Due to unforeseen circumstances, the previously-advertised speaker, Michael Colella, is no longer able to speak at the Summit

Tom Henderson, Senior Associate, Pinsent Masons

  • Nationally significant infrastructure in London and the planning process
  • How the public and private sectors can engage
  • Due to unforeseen circumstances, the previously-advertised speaker, Robbie Owen, is no longer able to speak at the Summit

Keynote speaker: Sir Peter Hall, Bartlett Professor of Planning and Regeneration at the Bartlett School of Architecture and Planning, University College London and President of the Town and Country Planning Association

  • Transport investment for London 2013-2033: The Priorities
  • Joined up thinking in planning for transport investment

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1500 Presidential Address

Dr Peter Geraghty, President, Royal Town Planning Institute

  • Proud of Planners, Proud of Planning
  • And what the RTPI is doing for its members and the profession

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1530 Closing Remarks

1535 Refreshments

1550 Study Tours

  • Tour 1: Paddington Crossrail, Crossrail Ltd,
  • Tour 2: Paddington Waterside / Business Improvement District, Paddington Waterside
  • Tour 3: Marylebone High Street, Howard de Walden Estate
  • Tour 4: Old Oak Opportunity Area, London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham
  • Tour 5: White City Opportunity Area, London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham

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1700-1730 Study Tours End

1830 River Cruise and Wine Tasting Evening (separate ticketed event – see below)

Why attend?

  • High-profile speakers
  • Quality study tours
  • Excellent networking opportunities
  • Continuing Professional Development (CPD)

Who should attend?

  • Public, private, academic and voluntary sector planners
  • RTPI members and non-members
  • Other built environment professionals

Excellent value for money

  • £99+VAT Standard – RTPI members only
  • £75+VAT Concession – Student / Unemployed / Retired RTPI members only
  • £130+VAT Non-RTPI Members
  • £50+VAT Early Bird— RTPI members only SOLD OUT

Track record

RTPI London’s events have always been well-attended and thoroughly enjoyed – don’t just take our word for it:

“I’ve enjoyed speaking at RTPI London events, they’re well organised and there’s always a welcoming atmosphere.” – Vivenne Ramsey, Director of Planning Policy and Decisions, London Legacy Development Corporation

“The RTPI London Region Conference at Stratford Circus in July 2011 was a high quality event for professional planners extending a very interesting conference into several enjoyable networking opportunities and study tours.” Richard Summers, past RTPI President

“Interesting event as ever – hope to attend more of the same in the future” – Tom Lambshead, RTPI London Member

See information on past RTPI London events including the RTPI London Planning Conference 2011 and the RTPI Young Planners Conference 2012.

How to book

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One Response to London Planning Summit 2013

  1. I am really excited about this event, best value conference on planning in London for the whole year!

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