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No. 5   February 2017
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First Neighbourhood Planners.London Conference

Wednesday 8 March 2017, 2-6pm
Impact Hub Westminster 
Neighbourhood Planning in London - the next five years: We're delighted to announce the first Neighbourhood Planners.London Conference. As neighbourhood planning in the capital enters its second five years we will bring neighbourhood planners together to reflect on their experience and discuss the future.

The conference will include:
  • the launch of our new report on the way London's Local Plans address neighbourhood planning
  • updates from neighbourhood forums across London
  • a review of whether the community infrastructure levy is living up to its promise
  • debate over whether neighbourhood planning is pushing the boundaries enough
  • the role of Neighbourhood Planners.London.
The conference program is still being finalised and details will be shared on our website and via Twitter. We are also exploring options for an evening social event.

Register now if you want to attend the first Neighbourhood Planners.London Conference. The event is free and donations will be requested. Our thanks to Locality for supporting this event.
 
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London's first business neighbourhood - The neighbourhood plan for Central Ealing has been some time in the making. One of the original frontrunner areas its plan is now in the hands of Examiner John Parmiter. A hearing has been called on 16 February to be held in Ealing's Town Hall and anyone is free to attend.

The Central Ealing neighbourhood plan is the first business neighbourhood to reach this stage in London and only the second in the country after Milton Keynes.

Find out more about the Central Ealing Neighbourhood Plan.
Placecheck goes online - Placecheck is familiar to neighbourhood planners across the capital. It provides the starting point for much community engagement and can be used by anyone. It is now available as an online tool. Read the special blog written by Placecheck founder Rob Cowan for our website.
Is our MAP up to date? - We've updated our MAP showing the progress of neighbourhood planning and providing links to all the forums. Is it up to date for your area? What's missing? Let us know and we will be pleased to give your area some publicity.
Future events - We are planning a series of evening workshops on topical issues - CIL, business neighbourhoods, digital tools for community engagement, High Streets, night time economy and air pollution are just some of those which have been suggested. What would you like to see? Do let us know if you have a free venue for a workshop in your neighbourhood.
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Neighbourhood Planners.London exists to support neighbourhood planners in London and raise the profile of neighbourhood planning in the capital.  Support us by offering your time or making a donation. You can find out more on our website, contact us by email or get involved on twitter using the links above.
 
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