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New Communities Group Seminar: Opportunities for custom-build and self-build in large-scale developments
01 March 2016
Please join us for this TCPA New Communities Group seminar looking at the opportunities for custom-build and self-build in large-scale developments.
Special offer: 25% off ticket price if you book all four TCPA 2016 conferences by
04 March 2016
Book now! Offer only available until 4 March 2016
This offer is for one delegate to attend the following conferences:
'Where will our children live?' 10 March, St Martin-in-the Fields, London
'Green Infrastructure - from concept to reality' 16 June, Arup, London
'Where will we build the homes that we need?' 15 September, St Martin in the Fields, London
'Time for a new planning system?' 24 November, Coin Street Neighbourhood Centre, London
TCPA Spring Conference: Where will our children live?
10 March 2016
There is widespread agreement that we need to build a large number of new homes - but what are the practical options for achieving this?
New Communities Group Seminar: sharing land value to deliver great places
10 May 2016
A timely seminar with the TCPA New Communities Group to learn about challenges and opportunities in capturing land value in large scale new development
Green Infrastructure - from concept to reality
16 June 2016
How can we deliver more and better green infrastructure? This conference will consider opportunities for embedding green infrastructure in the delivery of other priorities such as housing, city centre renewal, public health and transport.
TCPA Summer Conference 'Where will we build the homes that we need?'
15 September 2016
It is now widely accepted that we need to build around 24,000 new homes a year - but where should they be built? This timely conference will assess the options: brownfield; greenbelt; greenfield.
TCPA Annual Conference, 'Time for a new planning system?'
24 November 2016
The Housing and Planning Bill will be the latest in a succession of significant changes to Planning in England. By the end of 2016 will it be possible to take stock and assess what the cumulative impact of these changes mean in practice.