This course follows on from Understanding the Development Process, and looks in more detail at the planning process, covering how plans and policies are developed, and then used to control how land is used and developed. This course is the same as Day 2 of the Intermediate Development course.
This course is suitable for Development and Regeneration staff who are new to the discipline, and staff from other teams within Registered Providers who are drafted into Development project teams.
Entry or Pre-course Requirements
This course is designed to follow on from Understanding the Development Process. It is preferable, although not essential, that delegates should either have attended that course or have an equivalent level of knowledge.
None, although it is helpful if delegates review the planning part of a local authority’s website before attending the course, to see the status of that LA’s Local Development Plan.
This course covers the following subject areas which are addressed at an intermediate level:
- Planning policies – where they come from
- When do we need planning (incl Permitted Development)?
- Developing the local plan – the process
- Local vs national vs neighbourhood – which counts most?
- Applying the policies – what is “development control”?
- The application process
- Outline vs Detailed (Full)
- Conditions, Obligations, Agreements & CIL
- Affordable Housing polices & how they (are supposed to) work.
Intensive interactive classroom-based learning with exercises
The content of this course is being independently certified as conforming to universally accepted Continuous Professional Development (CPD) guidelines.
On completion of this course you will be provided with an HATC certificate.
To book a place on this course email us.