Understanding Localism London 21 February 2012

Conference overview - tweets from the day

Speakers' Presentations:

Session 1: The Localism Act – update – from Bill to Act of Parliament

Localism – where we are now (110KB)
Michael Bingham, Deputy Head of Division, Department of Communities and Local Government

The Localism Act – the Public Affairs perspective (211KB) 
Stuart Thomson, Public Affairs Consultant, Bircham Dyson Bell

Lobbying for Localism: making the heritage case (1.7MB)
Henry Russell, Chair, Spatial Planning Advocacy Group, Heritage Alliance

Session 2: The realities of the Act and how they may affect you

What this now means for Neighbourhood Planning (968KB)
Mark Challis, Partner, Bircham Dyson Bell

What this now means for Community Engagement (718KB)
John Qualtrough, Partner, Bircham Dyson Bell

Neighbourhood Planning and Community Engagement on the ground (1.5MB)
Andy Perkin, Development Officer, Locality