Monthly Archives: August 2012

Last chance for Early Bird tickets to the national Young Planners Conference 2012

26th and 27th October 2012. RIBA, 66 Portland Place, London, W1B 1AD Early Bird tickets (£99+VAT) for this unmissable event are available only until this Thursday 30th August 2012, so if you haven’t already booked your place, please visit www.rtpi.org.uk/youngplannersconference. Places are filling up fast for what will be the only Young Planners Conference to […]

REVIEW: Young Planners Summer Social, Thursday 23rd August, Imbibe Bar

Over 50 young planners from a range of public and private sector organisations from London and beyond came along to our Young Planners Summer Social on Thursday 23rd August. Attendees enjoyed a free drink and BBQ, kindly sponsored by recruitment consultants, KDH Associates, whilst taking in the dusk views from Imbibe Bar’s rooftop terrace in Southwark. It […]

Viability in Planning, Wednesday 12th September, UCL, 4.00pm for a 4.30pm start

“Pursuing sustainable development requires careful attention to viability and costs in plan-making and decision-taking” – the National Planning Policy Framework The NPPF makes it clear that financial viability requires careful attention in both plan-making and decision-taking. This event will introduce why viability modelling in planning is important, what mainstream methodologies are available, how planners can […]