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47th Joint Planning Law Conference Oxford


Connecting the professions - dissecting the issues.

The Joint Planning Law Conference, often referred to as ‘the Oxford conference’, provides the setting for vibrant discussions covering the latest issues affecting the planning industry. It’s attended each year by town planners, chartered surveyors, solicitors, barristers and developers. If you’re interested in planning and environmental issues, you’ll be in good company.

Download the PDF brochure for information and registration form here.

THE PROGRAMME

In 2019 the economic landscape remains uncertain and therefore both the possibilities and challenges ahead, are endless.

This year's conference theme, “Shining a Light”, is picked up in papers which will variously light a beacon for the promotion of health in planning and for landscape-led design, unravel the intricacies of sunlight and daylight assessment, explain how to do Joint Planning, illuminate what might lie at the end of the Brexit tunnel, and highlight recent developments in enforcement and case law.

Our prestigious speakers include: Sir Malcolm Grant CBE, University of York; Louise Wyman, Mayor’s Design Advisor, West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA); Annabel Graham Paul, Francis Taylor Building and Gordon Ingram, Senior Partner, GIA; Paul Barnard, Service Director, Strategic Planning & Infrastructure, Plymouth City Council; David Elvin QC, Landmark Chambers; Dr Louise Brooke-Smith, Partner and UK Head of Development and Strategic Planning , Arcadis LLP; Daniel Farrand, Legal Director, Mishcon de Reya LLP; and Estelle Dehon, Cornerstone Barristers

“Probably the highest quality, best value, most fun planning conference of the year.”

“JPLC is the annual opportunity to let some of our industry’s best practitioners remind us why we chose our careers in the first place.”??“It is the key seminar of the year for planners and lawyers. Anyone serious about planning should make the time and effort to go.”

To book and for further details visit: www.jplc.org or email lucinda@jplc.org (early bird fee available till the end of June).

Download the PDF brochure for information and registration form here.