Permitted Changes of Use Update 2019
THIS SEMINAR IS NOW SOLD OUT!
We may have cancellations. Email email@example.com if you would like to be added to the waiting list.
You can still pre-order the book here and qualify for a free digital edition
The last three years have seen yet more amendments to the permitted changes of use regime. Further changes to the GPDO and evolving practice in the way planning authorities, the Planning Inspectorate, and the courts interpret the provisions make it imperative that planners, developers and their advisers keep on top of the impact of these changes on current and future projects.
So join us to mark the launch of the THIRD EDITION of A Practical Guide to Permitted Changes of Use, the definitive text on the subject, and get up to speed with all the latest changes.
The author, Martin Goodall of Keystone Law and Alistair Mills of Landmark Chambers and other members of the Keystone Law planning team will brief you on all the latest developments including:
- Changes to the legislation since 2016 such as significant changes to Part 3 & 4 of the GPDO
- Changes to guidance and developing practice covering, in particular, Part 3, Class Q permissible structural alterations on residential conversion of an agricultural building and continuing controversy as to scope of building operations permitted in the light of Hibbitt v SSCLG
- Recent key case law on permitted changes of use
To round off the event, the panel will take part in a question and answers session, chaired by Brian Waters, giving you the chance to ask the experts your own questions.
When? 14.00 – 17.00, Thursday 21st November 2019 (both morning and afternoon sessions now sold out)
Where? One Great George Street, London, SW1P 3AA
Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to be added to the waiting list
Fee includes a free copy of the THIRD EDITION of A Practical Guide to Permitted Changes of Use (print & digital) – worth £90!
Brian Waters - Chair
Brian is principal of architects and planning consultants The Boisot Waters Cohen Partnership, founded in 1972. He is chairman of the London Planning & Development Forum and joint publishing editor of Planning in London, its journal, a director of Land Research Unit Ltd which publishes the journal and a partner in Studio & Gallery Crown Reach.
With more than 40 years’ experience as a specialist planning lawyer, and the author of a highly acclaimed blog, Martin is one of the most respected and knowledgeable lawyers in planning law. He has appeared as an advocate at numerous public inquiries in various major cases and is also a member of the Law Society’s Planning Panel and a Legal Associate of the RTPI.
He is author of the leading practitioners books A Practical Guide to Permitted Changes of Use and The Essential Guide to the Use of Land and Buildings under the Planning Acts (both available from Bath Publishing).
Ben is a Consultant Solicitor with Keystone Law and recognised as a leading planning law specialist in legal directories. He advises individuals and businesses on wide range of both commercial and residential projects
Alistair is a barrister at Landmark Chambers and author of Interpreting The NPPF: The new National Planning Policy Framework (Bath Publishing)