Women in Planning is an informal professional network of women working in the town and spatial planning profession.
Date: 19 June 2017
Venue: AECOM, Aldgate Tower, 2 Leman St, London E1 8FA
Join us to learn from our panellists about their different experiences of planning from around the world:
- Sarah Elliot, Planning Practice Lead, AECOM – Event Chair
- Cynthia Bowen, American Planning Association President
- Neha Tayal, Lead Urban Designer AECOM and Lecturer, UCL Bartlett
- Zoe Green, Manager, Urbanisation and Development, PWC
- Julia Hurley, Projects Officer, Spatial Planning Team, Croydon Council
Our events are free to attend but booking is essential. Book via the link below:
Join Women in Planning at our first breakfast event on the 11th April in partnership with Dentons.
The much anticipated Housing White Paper was published in February and has been hotly debated ever since, with the Shadow Housing Minister John Healey even calling it “a white flag not a white paper“. What impact will the Housing White Paper have on residential developers, local authorities, housing associations, landowners, and investors?
Join us for breakfast and hear what our distinguished panel have to say about it:
- Alice Lester MBE – Head of Planning, Transport and Licencing at Brent Council
- Lorraine Hughes – Senior Director at CBRE
- Sara Parkinson – Planning and Development Programme Director – London First
Further panellists to be announced closer to the event.
Booking is recommended and can be done via our Eventbrite page.
Join us on the 5 December from 6.30pm at Drake and Morgan (down stairs bar, nearest station King’s Cross) for an evening of networking and merry making!
Places are limited and we would advise to book early to secure your free ticket. Tickets can be booked via the following link:
We look forward to seeing you there!
Women in Planning Committee
This event is kindly sponsored by Osborne Richardson
About our sponsor:
Osborne Richardson have been established for 25+ years in the property recruitment industry, specialising in Town Planning, Surveying, Environmental Health and more general Real Estate sectors. Henry Taylor (Private Sector Town Planning) and Thomas Atkinson (Public Sector Town Planning) will be attending our event so please speak with them on the night or email them in advance if you have any questions you would like to discuss with them – Henry@osbornerichardson.com or Thomas@osbornerichardson.com.
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Women in Planning continue to support the brilliant work of this year’s graduate cohort at Barratt Developments PLC. The graduates are fundraising for The Prince’s Trust Million Makers project 2016 via Golden Bricks ( read more here – http://www.barrattgoldenbricks.com/ – it is a brilliant idea!).
One of the projects the graduates have decided to deliver is Built By Both. So what is it? Don’t ask us but read what the graduates say about it:
“Built by Both’s main objective is to inspire young women to embark on careers within the built environment and show credit to those already working in our industry. We aim to promote this initiative via educational experience days for students and networking events for young women to meet inspirational role models. With an emphasis on the current demand for housing in the UK, partnered with a skills shortage and poor representation of women in these roles, we are really excited to inspire the next generation of builders, engineers, architects, planners, developers and more.”
Please do show your support for these graduates by attending the next event:
Date: 17 November 2016
Venue: Aedas, Ivory House, St Katharine Docks, London E1W 1AT
Time: 18:30 – 21:30
Buy tickets here http://www.barrattgoldenbricks.com/built-by-both-tickets-nov
Women in Planning are growing and we want your help.
Our Network has a strong reputation for delivering events in London as well as supporting other like-minded networks.
We are now looking for dedicated committee members to assist with our work.
As a committee member you will be:
- event co-ordination
- sourcing sponsorship
- managing communications
- attending bi-monthly meetings (starting on 21 September 2016)
- an ambassador for the network.
If you are interested in joining the Committee (along with Alison, Charlotte and Mary) get in touch either by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or via social media (LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook), as we would love to hear from you.
Women in Planning are proud to be supporting a new LGBT network Planning Out. One of the founders, Simon Brooksbank, was inspired by our Helen Hayes event earlier this year. We are glad the discussion about diversity, equality and inclusion in the planning profession is infectious!
Planning Out first event is on 28 July, read below for more details about the new network.
Planning Out is an LGBT network for professionals in the planning sector.
Planning Out has two key aims. Firstly it is a forum for professionals in the LGBT community to develop professional connections and friendships, learn best practice and share ideas from colleagues across the industry.
Secondly our aim is to provide a forum to encourage LGBT professionals to be themselves and be authentic in the workplace and in their everyday lives so that they can fulfil their potential.
We welcome all people regardless of seniority, public, private, voluntary or academic sectors as well as those who are supportive of our cause. We also welcome professionals who are connected to the planning industry.
Planning Out’s Launch Event is on Thursday 28 July:
Date: Thursday 28 July
Time: 6pm arrival for 6.30pm start
Venue: Turley, 5, Charlotte building, 17 Gresse St, W1T 1QL
Booking and more information: http://planningout.eventbrite.co.uk
The event will feature speakers, drinks and great networking opportunities – limited spaces left!
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