S106 & CiL – What every planner should know, 27.3.14

RTPI South West Young Planners are delighted to invite you to an informative evening, unpacking the well known, but often little understood Section 106 and Community Infrastructure Levy (CiL).

Changes in legislation have reduced the role and scope of S106, CiL has in part replaced it, but adopting a CiL regime requires formal consultation and is subject to considerable scrutiny.

Two key note speakers will outline the main changes from the S106 to CiL regimes, including the benefits and problems with each. Information on how a local authority sets up a CiL regime and the barriers to implementing a sound one will also be outlined. The event will end with a brief Q&A session with the speakers followed by a few drinks at a nearby pub.

  •  Jim Cliffe – Bristol City Council

A pioneer of Bristol’s CiL regime, Jim has many years of experiencing running a Core Cities S106 process and more recently piloting the CiL regime.

  • Nigel PaynePlanning Inspectorate

Nigel has wide range of experience at appeal situations involving S106 issues and more recently overseeing the examination of local authorites proposed CiL charging proposals.

  • Post Event Social @ local pub (exact location tbc!)

Please feel free to join us after the event to discuss the points raised, chat with the speakers or generally catch up with other young planners in the southwest, over a drink or two.

Where: Barton Willmore Offices. 6pm registration opens, for 6.30 Start

Offices can be found here http://www.bartonwillmore.co.uk/contact/#Bristol

Places at this event are VERY limited, book early to avoid disappointment!

To secure your place please email: swyoungplanners@gmail.com


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