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With the UK population growing at the fastest rate for decades, there is an increasing focus on our national housing stock. Many inner-city areas suffer from high levels of unemployment and substandard social housing. Urban regeneration has been held up as the solution to halt the physical, social and economic decline of these areas.
Whether this results in estate regeneration or development of brownfield sites, overly prescriptive legislation and a lack of transparency between the numerous parties involved can lead to lengthy, expensive and inflexible developments which fail to meet their original purpose.
This comprehensive conference will look at the recent decisions and developments in planning law and our panel of leading experts will debate the key issues at stake. A must-attend event for all those involved in planning law including lawyers, developers, local authorities, architects and planners.
Read our Urban Regeneration blogs:
It's (no longer) grim up north: is Manchester leading the way in urban regeneration?
The challenges and opportunities of urban regeneration