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The 2019 Nottingham Planning and Development Conference

Back for its second year, the Nottingham Planning and Development Conference gives you the opportunity to hear from policymakers, consultants and legal experts on the key issues affecting the planning sector; how that impacts on navigating the pitfalls involved in land promotion and building the future of land development.

With the emphasis on thought-provoking discussion, the conference will give you the chance to shape the debate and raise the issues that concern you most.

There are also plenty of great opportunities for networking and sharing ideas with like-minded professionals – so bring plenty of business cards, and get ready to talk all things planning and development.

Outline programme

  • 08:15  Arrival and networking breakfast
  • 1400 Conference closes, after an opportunity to talk further with our speakers and other delegates over a buffet lunch

Speakers confirmed so far:

Roland Bolton, Senior Director, DLP Planning

Roland is a director at DLP and works with a large number of developers and landowners across the region and has been involved in some of its most significant projects. 

Iain Hibbert, Partner, Roythornes Solicitors

As an established solicitor in the firm’s Commercial Property team, Iain’s reputation for his expert handling of multi-million, multi-faceted renewable energy projects and commercial property ventures is fast-growing.

He is highly skilled in acting for both developers and landowners on high-value solar and on/offshore wind farms and other renewable projects, placing him in the privileged position of being able to offer a full legal service from project inception, through construction and on to sales of transmission assets. 

Paul Sneddon – Director of Planning and regeneration, Nottingham City Council

Paul is well known on the Nottingham planning and development scene and has been involved in many of the major developments currently transforming the city.  As Director of Planning and Regeneration, he wears a number different hats to meet the needs of multiple stakeholders. 

Killian Garvey, specialist planning barrister, Kings Chambers

Killian regularly appears at enquiries and the High Court across the country. He acts for both developers and local authorities on a roughly 60/40 split, respectively. He has a particular specialism in residential development, enforcement action and compulsory purchase orders. 

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