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Neighbourhood Planning in London conference, September 21st 2022 (12.30 - 17.30), St John's Waterloo.
Join neighbourhood planners from across London at our first conference since 2019 in the wonderful surroundings of the recently refurbished Grade II* listed St John's Waterloo.
Participant's informal note of meeting
The state of neighbourhood planning in London 2022, June 23rd 2022, 6pm-8pm, online
Join the launch of our latest report and discuss the planning reforms, including proposals for new Neighbourhood Priorities Statements with Tony Burton (Convener, Neighbourhood Planners.London) and Professor Gavin Parker (University of Reading).
Presentation of report - Tony Burton
Presentation on Neighbourhood Priorities Statements - Gavin Parker
London's made neighbourhood plans - learning the lessons, January 11th 2022, 6pm-8pm, online
This event was aimed at those volunteers involved in neighbourhood forums with made plans or which have reached Examination. Presentation on the two main themes are available:
Delivery of the neighbourhood plan - Isle of Dogs & Fitzrovia West
Managing the neighbourhood forum - South Bank & Waterloo & Central Ealing
Delivering better design and more neighbourhood planning in London, March 16th 2021, 5pm-7pm, online
Local communities are being put "at the heart" of plans to make new development more beautiful and better designed and a new "Office for Place" is being created. Planning policy is being rewritten to make "beauty" a headline objective of planning decisions and a National Model Design Code has been published. This Virtual Gathering explored what this means for neighbourhood planning in London?
Keynote presentation - Nicholas Boys-Smith, Create Streets & Chair, Transition Board, Interim Office for Place
The event also included an update on neighbourhood planning in the capital from Tony Burton (Convener, Neighbourhood Planners.London) and heard from four neighbourhood forums (Fitzrovia West, Redington Frognal, Camley Street &Isle of Dogs) with plans about to go to referendum.
What do the planning reforms mean for neighbourhood planners in London? September 30th 2020, online
The Government has announced far reaching planning reforms but what do they mean for neighbourhood planning? Jen Beresford (MHCLG), Dave Chetwyn (author Roadmap Guide) & Steve Quartermain (former Government Chief Planner) on the Panel.
Read follow up from MHCLG