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Planning our future – CPRE Hampshire’s Neighbourhood Planning Conference

Helping communities to plan proactively for the future – CPRE Hampshire’s Neighbourhood Planning Conference on 5th October 2017 Helping communities to plan proactively for the future – CPRE Hampshire’s Neighbourhood Planning Conference on 5th October 2017

3 August 2017

Planning experts at the Hampshire branch of the Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE) are holding a conference on 5th October 2017 at the Wessex Conference Centre, Sparsholt College, Winchester to help communities find the local planning solutions that will work best for their neighbourhood.

‘Planning our future – what are the best options for local communities?’ will assist local councils and communities to decide how to move forward by discussing and evaluating different planning choices, with the opportunity to learn from a range of experiences and outcomes.

Case studies on engaging and empowering communities in Petersfield, Medstead and Four Marks will be discussed. Speakers include: Tim Slaney, Director of Planning at the South Downs National Park Authority; Ann Skippers, a chartered town planner and former President of the Royal Town Planning Institute; and Steve Lees, planning consultant and previously Chief Planning Officer at Test Valley Borough Council.

The event, supported by Hampshire County Council, will run from 9.30am to 1.00pm and be followed by lunch and networking. It will be of interest and relevance to communities whether they have an existing Neighbourhood Plan or not, or if they are currently going through the process.

For further details and to book visit www.cprehampshire.org.uk. ‘Planning our future’ follows CPRE Hampshire’s ‘Communities in action’ rural conference held in 2015.

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