Tickets on sale now for December keynote seminar
Tickets are now available for December’s Policy Forum for Northern Ireland keynote seminar Planning reform in Northern Ireland: Progress, Priorities and Next Steps, to be held on 1 December in central Belfast.
The keynote address will be given by a senior speaker from the Department of the Environment, with other participants including: Professor Jim Kitchen, director, Sustainable NI; Gavan Rafferty, lecturer in Spatial Planning and Development, Built Environment Research Institute, Ulster University; Ian McCrea, Committee for the Environment, Northern Ireland Assembly; Ian Milne, Committee for the Environment, Committee for Agriculture and Rural Development, Northern Ireland Assembly; and representatives from local government, legal and planning bodies.
The event comes eight months after the transfer of planning powers to local councils as part of Local Government Reform, providing a chance to assess effectiveness so far and discuss priorities for the future.
Tickets cost £210 plus VAT.