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Public Participation & Nationally Significant Infrastructure Projects - new report and findings

We would be delighted if you could join us for the launch of UCL’s research report on Nationally Significant Infrastructure Projects (NSIPs) and the Development Consent Order (DCO) process under the Planning Act 2008 regime on Wednesday 17 January at our London office.

Dates

Event date Event location Link to registration form
17 Jan 2018 London PAST EVENT

UCL have undertaken a major interdisciplinary study of NSIPs, investigating evidence and public participation in the statutory decision-making processes for England and Wales. The report considers the involvement of the public in the DCO process, recounting the ability of the public to influence decision making, and the public’s reaction to the process.

Join us for our panel discussion and get involved in the debate. This is the first research study to focus specifically on public participation as a principal theme and our panel discussion will explore UCL’s findings and highlight the key issues that are to be examined going forward, looking at best practice and next steps.  

Confirmed panellists:

  • Yvonne Rydin, UCL
  • Peter Ward, Port of Tilbury
  • Linda Taylor, Copper Consultancy 
  • Robbie Owen, Head of Infrastructure Planning & Government Affairs, Pinsent Masons
  • Emma Harling-Phillips, Pinsent Masons

Date: 

  • Wednesday 17 January 2018 

Agenda:

  • 16:30: Registration
  • 17:00: Panel discussion
  • 18:30: Drinks and networking
  • 20:00: Event close

Venue:

  • Pinsent Masons LLP, 30 Crown Place, Earl Street, London EC2A 4ES (directions)