The Government’s new planning agenda aims to support sustainable economic development and growth whilst giving local people and communities far more ability to determine the shape of the places in which they live. With the Localism Bill due to be published in the coming weeks, this seminar brings together senior stakeholders to provide valuable insight into the key elements of the reforms.
Lucy Neville-Rolfe, Executive Director, Corporate and Legal Affairs, Tesco
Delivering sustainable economic growth
Professor Neil Wrigley, University of Southampton
Launch of new research on the impact of large food stores in market towns and district centres
Liz Peace, Chief Executive, British Property Federation
BPF insight and chair
Join us at this free breakfast seminar, in association with Tesco,. by sending an RSVP to Beth Heath Netherton or on 020 7802 0364 by no later than Monday 29 November 2010.
|One Birdcage Walk, Westminster SW1H 9JJ|