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The Merton Rule - A Practical Workshop - Stockton

The Merton Rule - A Practical Workshop - Stockton

Thursday 25 May 2017
Fusion Hive Hive, North Shore Road, Stockton-on-Tees, TS18 2NB
 

Workshop Agenda                             

 
APSE Energy members Free Attendance
APSE Members £99 + VAT
Non-APSE members   £199 + VAT  

 

APSE Energy and The Renewable Energy Association are running a workshop focussing on The Merton Rule in Stockton on Thursday 25 May 2017.

Our intention is to raise the profile of the Merton Rule so that as many local authorities as possible are using relevant powers within the development plan process. 

This is an opportunity to learn about the principle and practicalities of The Merton Rule, to hear from other local authorities, to discuss and ask questions. 

Speakers will include Ray Noble (Associate, APSE Energy and REA) and Steve Cirell (Associate, APSE Energy and REA).  

The workshop will cover topics including an overview of the Merton Rule, interpretation and problems; linking the Merton Rule to the wider planning process, what  LA powers are available, what can be included in development plans, enforcement, engaging with developers and good practice examples.

There will also be an opportunity for a group discussion. 

 

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