Planning Webinar: Conservation areas, listed buildings, trees and enforcement - 26th June 2024

Registrations are closed

This series of one hour briefing webinars are designed to enable councillors and officers to understand planning law, their roles and responsibilities, how decisions are made,  neighbourhood planning, Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL), Section 106 Agreements, conservation, listed buildings, trees and enforcement. There is also a dedicated session covering LURA (Levelling Up and Regeneration Act 2023) and Biodiversity Net Gain (BNG).  

LURA 2023 aims to reduce geographic disparities across the UK through changes to existing local government, planning and compulsory purchase legislation. It is also intended to speed up the planning system, hold developers to account, cut bureaucracy and encourage more councils to put in place plans to enable the building of new homes. 

BNG is a way of creating and improving natural habitats and aims  to make sure development has a measurably positive impact on biodiversity compared to what there was before development. 

Session four: Conservation areas, listed buildings, trees and enforcement

This session will include the following: 

  • Conservation areas

  • Listed buildings

  • Trees

  • Roads and enforcement

This webinar will be presented by Tom Newcombe, Partner and Head of Planning and Environmental Team, Birketts Solicitors.

Click on this link to view Tom's bio. 

£35 +VAT per council

Date & Time
26 June 2024
10:00 11:00 Europe/London

Suffolk Association of Local Councils

01473 833713

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