NIPA Matters: Neurodiversity in Infrastructure Planning

Posted on: Friday, 14th May 2021

NIPA Matters: ‘Neurodiversity in Infrastructure Planning and ensuring a flexible approach to communication’.

NIPA Autumn and Winter 2020 Newsletter

Posted on: Wednesday, 23rd December 2020

Welcome to the latest edition of our NIPA Newsletter designed to keep you informed of national infrastructure developments and NIPA’s activities.

NIPA Virtual Annual Conference Postponed

Posted on: Friday, 6th November 2020

NIPA Virtual Annual Conference which was pencilled in for 12 November back in the summer has been postponed until early 2021.

NIPA Response to Planning White Paper

Posted on: Friday, 30th October 2020

Following consultation with Members NIPA submitted the response to the consultation that closed on 29 October 2020.

NIPA VIRTUAL CONFERENCE - 12th November

Posted on: Thursday, 1st October 2020

This event will now take place online.

LATEST: NIPA SUMMER MEMBERS’ NEWSLETTER PUBLISHED

Posted on: Friday, 31st July 2020

NIPA's latest newsletter is a bumper edition covering NIPA's priorities for 2020.

LATEST: NIPA SURVEY REPORT SUBMITTED TO GOVERNMENT AND PUBLISHED

Posted on: Friday, 31st July 2020

As part of our on-going commitment to provide member insights to the Government and the Planning Inspectorate, to continuously improve the way we plan for and consent infrastructure, we are pleased to provide you with a copy of our latest paper on current issues for infrastructure planning.

‘NIPA Matters’ Virtual Events

Posted on: Tuesday, 28th July 2020

Latest ‘NIPA Matters’ Virtual Events - Slides from 27th July 2020 Covid-19 Update session led by Angus Walker

NIPA Matters - A 6-Month Programme of Members’ Virtual Meetings

Posted on: Monday, 22nd June 2020

It is important in these challenging times that we continue to provide Members with the opportunity to engage in meaningful dialogue on policy issues that matter, both now and as we emerge from the current restrictions placed on us all by COVID-19.

NIPA Members Survey

Posted on: Wednesday, 3rd June 2020

The current Covid-19 pandemic has created significant challenges for national infrastructure consenting in the short, medium and long term. To further inform our advice to Government we would now like to gather members’ views on how different infrastructure sectors are being affected, and suggestions on how to maintain fair and effective infrastructure planning processes as we all adjust to a new context.