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The NPPF Decoded – A Practical Problem-Solving Workshop - Yorkshire
Thu 5 October 2017, 09:30 – 16:30
This course is a practical workshop aimed at encouraging the consistent and efficient delivery of the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) amongst Development Management Planning staff. Led by speakers from a range of Historic England departments, the course will tackle key problem topics through a mixture of group discussions, case study exercises and expert panels.
By the end of the course delegates will be able to interpret and apply the NPPF in a balanced and proportionate manner, and to articulate their views in a way which is less likely to be challenged.
This course is open to both Local Authority Development Management Planners and private sector practitioners. In order to take part delegates need to have a working knowledge of the NPPF, have read the Historic England Good Practice Advice Notes 1-3, and have completed a pre-course questionnaire.
Draft Programme (subject to amendment)
Refreshments & Registration
Welcome & Introduction
Where are you on the Conservation Spectrum?
NPPF Rapid Refresher
NPPF Topic 1 - Group Discussion
Lunch & Networking
NPPF Topics 2-4 – Introductions
NPPF Topics 2-4 – Group Discussions
Case Study Exercise
Expert Panel Discussion
Summary and Lessons Learned
Terms and Conditions
Booking is essential for all courses as places are limited. Please note that we are initially only able to allocate 2 places per organisation.
Please note, these training events are provided free of charge by Historic England, and places are at a premium. You can send a replacement or notify us by e mail if you book and then can’t attend. Non-attendance will incur a fee of £150 unless you contact us at least 5 days in advance.
Please also be aware photography or filming may take place at events for promotional use.
We use the Eventbrite online booking service to make it easier for you book onto our events. If you don’t want to book online using this service, please contact one of our Training Delivery Officers to request a booking form (email: helmbookings@HistoricEngland.org.uk)
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