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Nationally Significant Infrastructure Projects Forum

The Nationally Significant Infrastructure Projects Forum – Successfully obtaining a DCO: a practical guide on completing pre-application, examination and delivering your project – returns for 2021 as a virtual conference on 22-25 March.

This update and guide on major infrastructure planning will provide the latest insight and practical guidance to help you develop your The Nationally Significant Infrastructure Projects (NSIP) application.

Receive practical insight on all elements of NSIP planning, allowing you to create your application and progress through the process.

Hear the latest policy insight and understand what this means for NSIP planning – including the impact of outdated NPS and the potential for these to be reviewed.

Consider what recent judicial review decisions mean for new projects and the potential for challenges.

Understand how to implement your DCO and deliver your scheme once consent is granted. Explore how to prepare for, and complete, examination, and finally, build your network and make connections – network and share insight with attendees via chat and video meetings. Discussion boards are available as soon as you register allowing you to start conversations before the event.

Speakers will include:

  • Julian Boswall, Partner at Burges Salmon
  • Elizabeth Dunn, Partner at Burges Salmon
  • Jenny Preece, Deputy Director of Planning – Infrastructure at the Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government
  • Nick White, Principal Adviser – Net Gain at Natural England
  • Simone Wilding, Head of Operations at the Planning Inspectorate

Event programme.

You will hear the latest thinking and innovative ideas on how to overcome the biggest challenges facing the process, with insight on how to successfully complete pre-application and create an application, progress to examination and move to implementation and delivery of your project.

Register now.

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