RTPI London Planning Summit – To 2020 and Beyond: ‘A fairer and more affordable city’ – a challenge for London Planners – Coin Street, 27 October 2016 8.30am-5pm

The summit focuses on the fairer and more affordable city and asks, how as planners can we achieve this and ensure all Londoners benefit from the city’s prosperity?

Hear from James Murray, Deputy Mayor, Housing and Residential Development about the route plan to 50% genuinely affordable homes, response to starter homes and right to buy, the plan to unlock surplus land, building capacity within the public sector & developing skills and capacity in the construction sector.

 

With support from Bidwells, Osborne Richardson and BDP this event has attracted a range of top speakers including  John Lett, Strategic Planning Manager, GLA, Alex Williams, Director or Borough Planning, TfL, Lisa Taylor Director Future of London, Peter Village, 39 Essex Chambers, Mairead Carroll, National Housing Federation and more. All speakers will be grappling with the planning priorities we published in February asking how the Mayor can deliver on these priorities.

Additionally, with huge thanks to Osborne Richardson, we have the opportunity to offer you the chance to book a 1-2-1 careers session.  Any questions answered, advice given or information shared – how you use your 1-2-1 session is up to you ,but you will find it invaluable!  For more information, please email Lucy.

View the programme to find out more on who’s speaking and which workshop you can choose to attend.  Book your space now!

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