Planning law update 2019 - Local Authority - Ipswich

Holmes & Hills Solicitors' 9th annual series of Planning Law Updates will be taking place in Ipswich in September.

Led by Steven Hopkins - Partner & Head of Planning & Development, the team will be discussing important changes to planning legislation and recent case law developments, as well as the implications of these for property, development and planning professionals. There will also be the opportunity for delegates to put questions to the floor or to one of the speakers on a one-to-one basis as well as the chance to network with other industry professionals before and after the talk.

Topics being discussed

  • Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) – when the liability payment arises
  • The application of NPPF paragraph 55 – development in the countryside
  • Town & Country Planning (Pre-commencement Conditions) Regulations 2018
  • Case law update


Date and venue


Wednesday 26th September @1:30pm - 3pm
Ipswich Town FC, Portman Road, Ipswich IP1 2DA [Map]
*This session is now fully booked.

Click on the links below for details of other dates & venues:

Local Authority Seminars 

Chelmsford, Essex – Tuesday 2nd October (3pm)


Private Sector Seminars

Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk – Tuesday 25th September (6pm) (Fully booked)
Colchester, Essex – Wednesday 26th September (6pm)
Chelmsford, Essex – Tuesday 2nd October (6pm)
Rayleigh, Essex – Wednesday 3rd October (6pm)


About the speakers


Holmes & Hills Planning & Development Team is ranked as one of the leading teams of Planning Law solicitors in the UK by Planning Magazine, for four consecutive years. The team of seven qualified solicitors and one trainee are one of the largest departments of specialist planning law solicitors in the region. The team have been recognised as a leading source of Planning Law advice across the region by both the Legal 500 and Chambers & Partners – two independent directories of the country’s top law firms.

If you have any queries please contact Katie at katiec@holmes-hills.co.uk or call 01376 529253.

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