LI CPD Conference: Planning Reforms
28 Sep 2021
Day 1. 5 Responding to reforms from a landscape perspective
During this session you will learn how the planning reforms may impact on your projects. It will explore how to respond to the reforms in your working practice and how best to advise your clients about the planning reforms.
Chair: Dr Keren Jones CMLI, Honorary Secretary of the Landscape Institute
Keren qualified as a chartered landscape architect in 1982, and has had a broad career spanning the private, public, and charitable sectors. This includes senior roles at Groundwork, the South East of England Development Agency, and eight years as Director of City Economy at City of Wolverhampton Council.
Speaker: Kate Bailey CMLI, Landscape Planning Consultant
Originally trained and qualified as a town planner; later qualified as a landscape architect, Kate has worked with a wide variety of public, private and third sector organisations and clients, including as a Planning Inspector and an RTPI Planning Aid volunteer. From 2001, as an independent consultant, Kate has specialised in landscape planning, heritage planning, de-sign for sustainable forms of development and is a ‘Places Matter’ design review panellist.
Speaker: Natasha Jones CMLI, Director of Landscape Architecture, Stantec UK Limited
Natasha is a Chartered Landscape Archi-tect with over 25 years’ experience of providing consultancy advice. She is a specialist in landscape planning, providing expertise in Landscape, Townscape and Visual Impact Assessments (LVIA), pre-master planning landscape, visual and green infrastructure guidance, and sites in Green Belts and sensitive landscape locations.
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