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Events

TCPA Spring Conference - more homes, better places
19 March 2015

With the housing crisis at the top of the political agenda, whichever government is formed after the May 2015 general election will need to focus on building large numbers of new homes. So how do we ensure that we create attractive and vibrant new places that people will welcome, and not just characterless development?

The Natural Capital Committee's Final Report seminar
25 March 2015

In January 2015 the independent, government-appointed Natural Capital Committee published its third report, 'The State of Natural Capital', which included a range of recommendations that could have a profound impact on the way we think about, manage, and fund green infrastructure. At this seminar a member of the Committee will outline the recommendations and a range of experts from the public, private and third sector will discuss the implications for the country's green infrastructure.

Manchester: Delivering Community Renewable Energy Projects through the Planning System
26 March 2015

This free event focuses on improving elected members and planners' skills and understanding of planning policy and delivery issues to support local leadership in decision-making on community renewable energy projects.

Planning for district heating: masterplanning, technical feasibility and economic viability
27 March 2015

This half day event focuses on how spatial planning can help to embed district heating strategies and visions into local plans and prioritise specific heat networks for delivery.

London: Delivering Community Renewable Energy Projects through the Planning System
30 March 2015

This event focuses on improving elected members and planners' skills and understanding of planning policy and delivery issues to support local leadership in decision-making on community renewable energy projects.

Green Infrastructure Futures: from planning to delivery
22 April 2015

During the last 10 years a range of organisations and people from the public, private and third sectors have been working to promote the creation and maintenance of green infrastructure across the north-west of England. As a result of this innovative work the region is now regarded as a leader in regional green infrastructure planning in this country and across the EU.

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