18 October | 5th Annual: Major Infrastructure and Renewable Energy Planning in Wales 2016
Returning for the 5th year this event provides an in-depth update on planning processes and changing planning policies in Wales following the Planning (Wales) Act 2015. Welcoming over 140+ developers, local authorities and the wider planning community, this is a unique opportunity to hear practical guidance on how to successfully gain planning approval for your project.
Attend to discuss the planning process for developments of national significance (DNS) in Wales, hear the latest views from developers on how to apply for a DNS and learn more about what it means for new renewable energy schemes. Attendees will benefit from the expertise of people currently working on schemes in Wales and hear case studies that will consider how the lessons learned from these NSIP projects can be used when making an application for a DNS.
Benefits of attending include:
Receive the latest policy updates on planning applications and procedures in Wales from the Welsh Government, including the latest guidance for renewable energy projects following the introduction of the Planning (Wales) Act 2015
Discuss how the policy is changing and make sure you know the new planning processes to help you successfully gain approval for your project
Learn more about the application process for developments of national significance and the main differences between DNS and NSIP
Explore the key aspects of the Welsh planning procedure including what is classed as associated developments
Hear from experts on the key challenges of the planning application processes and take away practical lessons to help with your application
Location: Central Cardiff, Venue TBC
Quote the following discount code to receive 10% discount: 308CYN
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