Development Economics: Making regeneration stack up in the era of CIL

Sponsored by Renewal and Speechly Bircham
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This NLA half-day conference will bring together speakers from across the public and private sectors to examine the impact of the Growth and Infrastructure Bill, Localism Act and CIL charges on the viability of regeneration projects in London.

How are local authorities assessing their local spending priorities? How are developers making regeneration schemes stack up in this new environment? What impact will CIL have on S106 payments and affordable housing delivery? How are partnerships and PPPs helping to deliver regeneration schemes? And how are developers and architects getting the right mix to deliver successful schemes?


Mark Lee, Deputy Director, Economic and Social Planning, DCLG

Duncan Bowie, Senior Lecturer in Spatial Planning, University of Westminster

Related paper on Housing Delivery Viability (download available for registered delegates)

Dr Anthony Lee, Senior Director - Development Consulting, BNP Paribas Real Estate

Mark Lucas, Interim Chief Planning & Regeneration Officer, LB Redbridge

Jordana Malik, Director of Communications, Renewal

Stewart Murray, Assistant Director - Planning, Development and Environment, GLA

Duncan Salmon, Partner, Speechly Bircham

David West, Partner, Studio Egret West

Peter Murray, Chairman, NLA (Chair)



Speakers names confirmed at time of publication, but may be subject to change.