29th June 2016
The NIPA conference brings together a diverse group of leading experts in the Planning Act regime, providing you with the opportunity to gain valuable insight, discuss and share best practice from those directly involved in nationally significant infrastructure projects.
6th October 2016
Opportunity to participate in a NIPA focus group: Career Development and Working with NIPA
18th October 2016
Major Infrastructure and Renewable Energy Planning in Wales returns and there is a 20% discount for NIPA members to attend.
7th November 2016
The subject of what we hope will be a lively discussion evening is how to achieve the right balance between the level of detail required in the assessment, application, examination and consent for national infrastructure projects versus the need for flexibility, particularly at the project detailed design and delivery stage.
23rd November 2016
With more infrastructure decisions being made or due very shortly, including the airport runway capacity decision in the South East, Meeting the UK’s Infrastructure Needs is a must attend event which offers essential updates on the future of infrastructure delivery in the UK, identifies housing and transport needs, explains how you can attract investment, and offers the chance to network with fellow developers, investors and planning industry colleagues.
19th January 2017
Infrastructure development and renewal is key to creating a sustainable and prosperous future for the UK. This conference looks at what is best practice, what is reasonable and excessive, and importantly, what is expected of the advisors during the process..
7th February 2017 - 8th February 2017
The NSIPs Forum gathers project promoters, government, statutory consultees and planning professionals to share their experiences and receive the latest guidance on the NSIP application process and on the implementation of DCOs.
8th February 2017
The Planning Act 2008 continues to deliver consents for large infrastructure projects. However, as more schemes come to the delivery phase we reflect on the processes for dealing with material and non-material changes to Development Consent Orders (DCOs) once they have been made, and whether they are fit for purpose.