Events, networking, North West committee

North West Event – Challenging Convention: The Future of Housing? – 28 June 2018 – Book Now!

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Join Women in Planning North West for an evening of interesting debate and discussion on ‘Challenging Convention: The Future of Housing?’  on the 28 June 2018 at Cushman & Wakefield. The event has been organised to coincide with the CIH Housing Conference 2018 in Manchester.

Hear from our expert panel of speakers:

Caroline Baker, Partner Cushman & Wakefield – Caroline Baker is a Partner and Head of Cushman & Wakefield’s Manchester office and last year celebrated working for C&W/DTZ in Manchester for 20 years. She advises a range of clients in the North West, on all aspects of development issues ranging in scale from sub-regional to site specific. Caroline’s strength lies in her ability to draw upon the market advice provided from our property sector specialists and incorporate this into strategies that support development. She specialises in residential development advice including strategy and development advice to local authorities, as well as overseeing market analysis to support landowners and housebuilders to understand local markets, pricing products and target occupiers. She often advises on emerging markets including PRS and Town Centres.

Louise Wyman, Head of Strategy, Homes England – Louise is Head of Strategy at Homes England, responsible for increasing the supply of well-designed homes in great places across England. Louise is a Planning Committee Member for London Legacy Development Corporation and was previously an Executive Director of Ebbsfleet Development Corporation. Louise is a Chartered Surveyor and a Landscape Architect experienced at working with the public and private sector to deliver award winning projects. Louise is an Ambassador for Harvard University’s Design School supporting the exchange of planning, design and development innovation between academia and industry.

Paul Jones, Development Manager Capital & Centric – Paul works for Capital and Centric, leading on the delivery of NOWHAUS, a design led suburban housing solution. Previously at Urban Splash, Paul has worked on a number of design led residential and commercial urban regeneration and property development projects in the North West of England. A chartered planning and development surveyor since 2004, Paul was also awarded a Professional Doctorate in the field of the Built Environment by the University of Salford in 2017.

For more details and to book please click here.

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London Event: Unlocking growth through infrastructure – 19 June 2018 – Book Now

Join Women in Planning London for the latest instalment in the When Women Plan London Event series – Unlocking growth through infrastructureon Tuesday 19 June 2018. The event is kindly sponsored and hosted by Dentons.

Cynthia Bowen, President of the American Planning Association, will deliver a keynote address on the American experience before the topic is discussed by all female expert panel including:

  1.  Victoria Hills, Chief Executive of the RTPI (and formerly CEO of Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation)
  2. Caroline Taylor, Commercial Specialist, Delivery Unit of the Infrastructure & Projects Authority
  3. Caroline Foster , Senior Development Manager at Urban & Civic

Date: 19 June 2018

Location: Dentons, One Fleet Street, London, EC4M 7RA

Event format & Timings:

17:15 – Event registration and networking

18:00 – Keynote address by Cynthia Bowen, President of the American Planning Association

18:20 – Panel discussion

18:55 – Q&A with the audience

19:00 – 20:00 – Networking and drinks

20:00 – Close

For more information and to book your place, please follow this link to our Eventbrite page: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/when-women-plan-london-unlocking-growth-through-infrastructure-tickets-41419833838

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Solent Launch Party – 24 May 2018 @ Slug & Lettuce, Winchester

We are delighted to announce the launch of Women in Planning Solent. Join us on 24 May to hear Aaron Wright, Planning Manager for Barratt David Wilson Homes, talk about trip to India where she was involved in delivering housing.

Time: 18:00 – 21:00

Date: 24 May 2018

Venue: Slug & Lettuce, 12-13 The Square, Winchester SO23 9ES

Agenda

18:00 -18:30 – Registration and networking

18:30 – 19:30 – Delivering housing in India, Aaron Wright, Planning Manager for Barratt David Wilson Homes

19:30 -21:00 – Networking, drinks and nibbles

It is free to attend but booking is essential. Click here to reserve your place.

This event is kindly sponsored by Barratt David Wilson Homes.

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London Event – When Women Plan London – Digital Innovation and Technology in Planning – 17 May 2018

The rise of data, digital innovation and technology have upturned and disrupted various industries, from finance to social services to healthcare, making them faster, more efficient and smarter. With innovation occurring in all these sectors, there is a presumption that planning, and the built environment is being left behind.

We have gathered some of the leading women in the planning and technology sector who are showing us that this is not the case. We will be hearing how digital disruption and innovation is occurring at all levels of planning and related sectors and how planning is fast catching up with embracing and utilising technology to help us plan better.

Date: Thursday, 17th May 2018

Time: 8:30 am – 10:00 am

Location: Future City Catapult Urban Innovation Centre, Future Cities Catapult, 1 Sekforde Street, London, EC1R 0BE.

Agenda

8.00 am – Registration  &  networking

8.30 am – Welcome address Stef Webb – Future Cities Catapult

8.40 am – Presentations and panel discussion, chaired by Nissa Shahid from Women in Planning London and Future Cities Catapult

9.20 am – Q&A

9.45 am – Networking

10:15 am – Finish

Speakers

Nissa Shahid, Women in Planning London and Futures Cities Catapult

Michelle Warbis – Future Cities Catapult

More to be announced!

Click here to book.

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Events, networking, North West committee

Plan- Your Career with our North West Branch – 8 March

 

Picture1Whether you are a student at the start of your career, or are unsure how to achieve your current career goals, whatever they may be, join Women in Planning North West  for an interactive and practical session on how to develop and progress your career, sponsored by Blayze Group with leading Planning and Recruitment Executives.

Hear from and be inspired by influential women representing both the public and private sectors of the profession (Speakers to be confirmed very shortly), followed by Rob Haslam from Savills and representatives from Blayze leading a session on confidence building and how to achieve what you would you would like to achieve from your career.

Date: 8 March 2018

Time: 18:00 – 20:30

Location: Blayze Group Business Lounge, 53 King Street, Manchester, M2 4LQ

Price: Free but booking is essential.

Click here to book. 

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Join us to celebrate a special International Women’s Day in London 08 March 2018

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To celebrate international women’s day this year, we thought we would do something a bit different. We, here at the London Branch, wanted to celebrate the amazing work of Suffragettes, so join us as we visit the “Votes for Women” exhibition at Museum of London.

Details

Price: FREE

Date: 08 March 2018
Address: Museum of London, 150 London Wall, EC2Y 5HN
Time: 16:00 to 20:00
Start: 16:00: visit exhibition until 18:00 close.
18:00: Meet for a drink at London Wall Bar and Kitchen
Finish: 20:00
Booking: There is no need to book.

If you want to attend, meet us in the foyer of the Museum of London at 16:00. Look for the Women in Planning sign that one of the London Committee will be holding.

If you can’t make the exhibition but want to meet and talk with some amazing women join us for a drink at the London Wall Bar & Kitchen after.

Exhibition details are available at the following link:

https://www.museumoflondon.org.uk/museum-london/whats-on/exhibitions/votes-women

 We look forward to seeing you there!