7th floor, Eversheds, 1 Wood Street, EC2V 7WS
This event will cover the Localism Act’s Duty to Cooperate and related guidance in the NPPF and Planning Practice Guidance. Good practice and emerging experience will be discussed with speakers with experience of implementing the Duty to Cooperate in London.
This event is relevant for both public, private, voluntary and academic sector planners or related professionals.
- 1600 Registration
- 1630 Introduction, RTPI London + Stuart Andrews, Head of Real Estate Planning, Eversheds
- 1635 Ian Dove QC, No5 Chambers
- 1700 John Baker, Partner, Peter Brett Associates
- 1725 Steve Dennington, Plan-Making Team Leader & Deputy Service Head – Spatial Planning, London Borough of Croydon
- 1750 Q&A
- 1800 Networking + tea, coffee and biscuits kindly provided by Eversheds
- 1900 Close
Places must be booked in advance for this event via EventBrite.
About our Sponsors
Eversheds has one of the UK’s leading planning and parliamentary practices. It is best known for working on most of the largest and complex strategic development projects in London and nationally over recent years and having market-leading expertise in renewables. Eversheds has a team of over 45 dedicated planning lawyers who command in the field of consenting of energy and nationally significant infrastructure projects, renewables, town and country planning, highways and a specialist team of compulsory purchase practitioners. Its specialist lawyers have experience and expertise in the strategic, procedural, tactical and legal aspects of securing planning consent or compensation for landowner and developer clients at the earliest possible time and in the most cost effective manner. The team is results focused. Its aim is to be at the forefront of new development in planning law, policy and practice. The regional offices work alongside the London practice to form a countrywide team. No other peer firm has the size and depth of experience in the planning and parliamentary arena. The Eversheds planning team has exceptional people who work tremendously hard to deliver the highest quality service.
No5 Chambers is one of the most progressive and forward-thinking barristers’ chambers in the country. It is successful and approachable with a commitment to working in partnership with its professional and lay clients and delivering the highest standard of advocacy and service.