Rebooting historic centres: public/private engagement and post recession success - 9 November

Session One: Context, Policy and Planning

Is planning really a block to large-scale development? (812KB)
Steven Bee, Principal, Steven Bee Urban Counsel

Recent developments in Government Planning Law and Heritage (177KB)
Mark Challis, Partner, Bircham Dyson Bell

Government agency planning position post Localism, Portas, and the NPPF (381KB)
Steve Carr, Head of Economic Development, Homes & Community Agency

Session Two - Recent Case Studies and the Heritage Context

Regeneration on a European scale - redeveloping Kings Cross St Pancras – pitfalls and progress
Robert Evans, Director, Argent

Retail development then and now – engaging with the past while planning for the future, Canterbury and Exeter (4.70MB)
Nick Davis, Development Director, Land Securities

Compulsory Purchase Orders, the NPPF and Silver Hill (4.52MB)
Martin Perry, Director of Retail Development, Henderson Global Investors

Session Three – London/Kings Cross/St Pancras – background and study tour

Keynote: Planning for public and private commercial success - how do you do this in a recession? (579KB)
Stuart Robinson, Executive Director, CBRE

Managing change and the role of the design team in historic towns (1.40MB)
Iain Rhind, Director, Nathaniel Lichfield & Partners