CPD Points Available: 15
The publication last year of the long anticipated National Planning Framework, the adoption of new guidelines on Urban Height and Density, introduction of new concepts around co-living have brought new challenges to Planners in Ireland across the Planning System. Against this background the IPI invite you to come and join fellow Irish Planners in London to update your knowledge and learn about the latest thinking on Place Marking, Height, Density, Co Living and Land Management. Many of our Irish colleagues are part of the London Irish Town Planners Network, which is now almost 7 years old. Members of the LITPN work across a range of areas in London and will be contributing to the event.
Key topics to be explored over the two day visit include:
- Quality Placemaking
- Urban Height
- Co Living
- Land Management
- Brownfield Development
- Urban Regeneration
We have agreed a provisional programme of visits and talks but this still has to be finalised. It is likely that the majority of the trip will be around the newly developing areas of London around the Stratford/Olympic park areas.
This CPD Trip offers participants:
- Invaluable Networking with a cross session of IPI Members and Planners working in the UK through the LITPN
- Key learning field visits led by local expert Planners involved with such developments
- Joint IPI – LITP evening reception
- Half Day Urban Planning Seminar on Height and Density
Approximate Cost (primarily depending on accommodation costs):
- €450.00 including accommodation, tours and lunch on Thursday 17 October and Friday 18 October
- €650.00 including accommodation, tours and lunch on Thursday 17 October and Friday 18 October
It is intended to offer places to IPI members in the first instance and if there are any remaining places they will be offered to non members.
Flights – participants are expected to book their own flights and Oyster Card within London.
Please contact email@example.com or telephone 018788630 to reserve your space. Spaces will be allocated on a first come first served basis. We are not seeking payment at this time but need to have some idea of numbers. When the programme is finalised we will contact people who have provisionally reserved a space.