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Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils
Capture Power Limited
Carmarthenshire County Council
Department for Communities and Local Government
Department for Transport
Essex County Council
Horizon Nuclear Power
Marine Management Organisation
National Farmers Union
Norfolk County Council
North Somerset District Council
Port of Tilbury
Somerset County Council
SP Energy Networks
Suffolk County Council
Sunderland & South Tyneside Councils
Tidal Lagoon Power
Transport for London
West Somerset Council
Western Power Distribution
With an all new agenda for 2018, created through extensive research with the industry and covering the biggest challenges currently facing NSIP planning and delivery, this event is a must attend for anyone involved with planning for nationally significant infrastructure projects.
Attend day 1 to hear the latest insight on NSIP planning in 2018, explore pre-application requirements and receive practical guidance on all aspects of creating the application. From how to achieve a balance of flexibility and detail to the latest environmental considerations, the day provides a complete guide to support your project development.
Attend day 2 to explore how to move to NSIP delivery following DCO approval, hear from both promoters and local authorities on the work required to move NSIPs to construction, including what can be done during the planning stages to support delivery. The day will also consider the examination process, providing you with expert insight on how to prepare and complete this stage of the process.
A must for NSIP professionals.
Across 2 days this event will bring together 200+ representatives from all areas involved with nationally significant infrastructure projects, including the Planning Inspectorate, Government, project promoters, local authorities, statutory consultees and leading planning professionals.
Superb - a real education on the DCO process from start to finish.
Very useful to get an overview of the planning process, common issues and solutions gained from previous experience.