- NPN Annual Meeting
- Bristol Development Framework programme news
- NPN / UWE Planning Event – 9 June 2012
- NPN quarterly meeting with planners – 19 Jan 2012
- NPN website
NPN Annual Meeting
Saturday 3 March
10 am – 1 pm (Doors open 9.45am)
We look forward to seeing you at the Unitarian Chapel, Brunswick Square Bristol BS2 8PE from 10am-1pm. (Doors open 9.45am)
We are drawing up a list of topics to update you on.
If there is anything you would like further information on, please let us know.
It would also be helpful if you could let us know whether you are intending to come to the meeting.
Please confirm your attendance to firstname.lastname@example.org
Bristol Development Framework programme news
An email from BCC Strategic Planning Team was sent out this week,
setting the scene for the next round of consultation which starts
on 24 February for the Bristol Central Area Action Plan and
on 23 March for the Site Allocations and Development Management policies
NPN / UWE Planning Event – 9 June 2012
Saturday 9 June 2012
SAVE THE DATE
The Bristol Neighbourhood Planning Network are working with the
University of the West of England (UWE) to develop a conference on how the community
can be most effective in planning their neighbourhood.
This conference will be tailored to what we want to know about planning and development in the current financial climate and changing planning legislation, and will be different from the current round of conferences which are only looking at the provisions of the Localism Act.
An initial meeting has been held at UWE to identify conference themes, but if you have particular matters that you would like to see included, please contact Sandra.Manley@uwe.ac.uk
In the meantime, as the ideas develop, please save this date. We hope this will be the first of series of NPN/UWE events that will help inform us to how to engage effectively and efficiently with the planning of our neighbourhoods.
NPN quarterly meeting with planners – 19 Jan 2012
The handouts from the last quarterly meeting have been posted on the website.
The topic was Localism and choices of planning tools for communities.
Remember to check the news items on the NPN website for updates on planning issues and information on other training events.