Tuesday 29th September 2020 – 8:30 am to 9:30am
The recent Planning for the Future white paper sets out a new approach to plan making and delivery of high quality design. But how do we ensure that it caters for the growing needs of an ageing population and the ongoing impact of Covid-19 on our most vulnerable citizens?
What opportunities does the white paper consultation period offer the sector for meaningful engagement with the Government? And how can this create the conditions for planners, designers, and providers of retirement homes and supported living solutions to deliver desirable, comfortable, and sustainable homes for our not so distant future?
Our expert panel will explore these key issues and more as they debate the future impact of planning on retirement and supported living.
Chaired by Cratus Senior Associate and former Chief Planner Steve Quartermain, our panel will include:
- Andy von Bradsky – Head of Architecture at MHCLG
- Jeremy Porteus – Chief Executive at Housing LIN
- Anne-Marie Nicholson – Partner at PRP Architects
- Mark Curry – Director of Development & Planning, Elysian Residences