APPG – Is it time to re-think the GreenBelt?

Monday 23 July 2018

16.00-18.00

MacMillan Suite, Portcullis House, 1 Parliament Street SW1A 2JR

The APPG for London’s Planning and Built Environment, chaired by Rupa Huq MP, will hear from Siobhan McDonagh MP on the recent proposals to review the NPPF and the Green Belt policy, and discuss the role of the Green Belt in today’s planning system.

The event will hear from London MPs, peers and built environment professionals, followed by a drinks reception. 

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Rupa Huq, MP for Ealing Central and Acton
Peter Murray
, Chairman, The London Society & New London Architecture 
Siobhain McDonagh, MP for Mitcham and Morden
Paul Cheshire
, Emeritus Professor of Economic Geography, LSE 
Lord Matthew Taylor 
Vinita Dhume
, Senior Associate, Levitt Bernstein 
Jonathan Manns
, Head of Planning, Rockwell 
Sean McKee, Director of Policy, LCCI

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This event is for NLA Members only. Tickets are free.

Please note that places to this event are limited.

For ten years we have tracked the data of no shows at our events. So that we don’t deny places to those who really want to attend we do overbook events based on our experience. Our calculations are usually pretty accurate but sometimes we do have to turn away late comers. 

If you would like to become a member and discuss membership options, please contact Aurelia Amanitis or call 0207 636 4044.

If you experience any issues whilst making a booking please contact Corinne Stone or call 020 7636 4044.

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The All-Party Parliamentary Group for London's Planning and Built Environment was established in 2015 by the London Society, which provides the secretariat in partnership with New London Architecture and Local Dialogue. Chaired by Rupa Huq MP, it focuses on the key issues facing London and its changing shape.

The group brings together MPs and Peers from across the political parties to develop in-depth inquiries, drawing upon expertise and evidence from industry, built environment professionals and political parties amongst other stakeholders.

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