Tuesday 3rd October 2018
Seminar: 4:00pm until 6:00pm
(refreshments will follow the seminar)
39 Essex Chambers
81 Chancery Lane
FREE – ‘places are limited so please book early to ensure availability’
**BY INVITATION ONLY**
The role of landscape practitioners in assessing Green Belt – including reference to the new LI Green Belt position statement – Rob Hughes (Tyler Grange) Click here for a full synopsis of the session and biography.
The role of landscape and visual analysis in understanding openness and the distinction between the planning and landscape judgements, reference to latest judgments – Peter Village QC & Ned Helme (39 Essex Chambers)
The Identification of Valued Landscapes; lessons and findings from the appeal process – Jon Berry & Clare Brockhurst (Tyler Grange) Click here for a full synopsis of the session and biography.
Current understanding of it’s paragraph 170 and the NPPF 2018 – James Strachan QC (39 Essex Chambers)
Latest developments in and issues for ecology and the planning system by reference to the consultant draft NPPF – Julian Arthur (Tyler Grange) Click here for a full synopsis of the session and biography.
A response from PINS relating to the current approach to these issues – Christine Thorby (PINS)
39 Essex Chambers is accredited by the Law Society and the Bar Council to provide CPD accredited courses. This course is accredited for 2 CPD hour.
The venue has full disabled access, however, if you do have any special requirements, please contact Phil.