An Introduction to Planning Obligations – 7 September
Thursday 7 September, 2:00pm – 3:00pm
SLCC Members – £30 + VAT
Non-Members – £35 + VAT
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This bite-sized webinar provides an introductory, or refresher training session, for clerks who wish to know more about Section 106 agreement and the Community Infrastructure Levy (collectively often known as planning obligations). It will also include any changes proposed to these by the Government as part of its reforms of the planning system.
The aim is to provide greater knowledge and understanding of the complex and changing world of planning obligations.
Planning obligations are a planning charge to help reduce the adverse impacts arising from development. It ensures that developers carry out or contribute financially towards infrastructure or services required by proposed developments, such as new schools, health facilities, affordable housing and open spaces
The session is being led by Andrew Towlerton, National Planning Advisor to the Society of Local Council Clerks. A qualified planner, Andrew has worked in various senior planning roles in the public and private sectors. He is also a parish clerk, so is familiar with local councils. This is mainly of interest to Clerks in England.
Meet the trainer
This webinar will be led by Andrew Towlerton, National Planning Advisor to the Society of Local Council Clerks. A qualified planner, Andrew has worked in various senior planning roles in the public and private sectors. He is also a parish clerk so is familiar with local councils.
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