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Consultation for planning and development

Planning is all about people: it exists to create well-functioning spaces for people, to provide necessary infrastructure, to enable social, economic, and environmental priorities to shape places and to protect the natural and cultural heritage for future generations. Consultation plays an important role in the planning process and for the purpose of this course, we will concentrate on the process of a developer submitting a planning application.

CPD Credits: 15 | Duration: 1 hour approx. | Bulk unit value: 2
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What topics will you cover?
• The context of consultation today
• Legal requirements
• Creating a strategy
• Consultation Tools
• Media challenges and solutions
• Reaching the right audience

What will you achieve?
An understanding of…
✓ The legal requirements around planning
✓ The strategies and tools you can implement in your consultation activities
✓ How to overcome negative press
✓ Targeting a representative audience

Who is this course for?
This course is aimed at consultation professionals, specifically, those involved in planning who are looking to gain an understanding of consultations on planning

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The cost for this course is £95.00 excl. VAT. (£114.00 incl. VAT)

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About the Author

Penny is highly experienced in consultation, community relations and public affairs for the built environment sector, having run many public consultations on behalf of commercial developers, housebuilders, retailers and large scale regeneration schemes.

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