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RIBA Building Regs & Planning Day 1 Day Course

06 June 09:45 - 05:00
Organized by: RIBA London
RIBA London
66 Portland Place
London
W1B 1AD
Description

Are you looking to advance your Building Regulations and planning knowledge?

 

Are you in need of a recap of Building Regulations and the Planning process?

 

Are you new to the UK and would like an overview of these topics?

 

Course content and structure

The course is divided into two halves. The morning sessions provide a general overview which would be suitable for those who would like a recap after a career break, EU architects new to practicing in the UK, and newly qualified architects in need of further clarification on these topics.

 

The afternoon sessions will provide more in depth and advanced information for those wishing to increase their knowledge on Building Regs and Planning issues.

 

The two sessions cover the following:

Morning Session 1: General Overview: Building Regulations (9:45am – 11:15am)

The structure of Building Regulations will be explained, including the links to planning and British Standards and the process of how requirements link together. The session will explain the principles applicable to different types of building projects, and set out differences between new build developments and works to existing buildings.

 

Morning Session 2: General Overview: Planning Processes (11:30am – 13:00pm)

This session will provide an introduction to the UK Planning system, detailing legal framework, the role of local authorities and planning procedures. The seminar will also cover the processes for making a planning application

 

Afternoon Session 1: Advanced Building Regulations (13:45pm – 15:15pm)

There are a number of more complex Building Regulations requirements and this session will focus on these, which include key principles of fire safety, access, and thermal insulation provision. Session focusses on issues every architect should be aware of and need specialist involvement early on when feasibility designs are being considered.

 

Afternoon Session 2: Advanced Planning (15.30pm – 17.00pm)

The types of planning appeal, appeal procedure and timelines will be explained, along with information on appeal decisions and inquiries. This seminar will also discuss planning issues in London specifically, ranging from the current London plan and supplementary planning guidance.

 

Speakers

Planning

Neil Osborn, DLP Planning Ltd Neil is a senior director at DLP Planning Ltd. Following a period in local government and a partnership in a national planning consultancy he co-founded Development Land and Planning Consultants, based in Bedford, in 1992. The practice was subsequently renamed DLP Planning Ltd. and is a part of the DLP Consulting Group a multi-disciplinary consultancy with offices serving all parts of England and Wales. His clients are wide ranging and diverse, including national and regional house builders, commercial, retail and leisure developers, renewable and low carbon energy promotors and a variety of other development interests, land owners and investors ranging from publically quoted businesses to private investors.

France Young, DLP Planning Ltd Frances joined DLP Planning Ltd in March 2019, as a Director. Frances is a planner with specialist experience in the housing sector and a Chartered Member of the Housing Institute and a member of the Royal Town Planning Institute. She has a broad range of planning, regeneration and development experience, having worked in both the private and public sectors. Prior to joining dlp Planning, Frances was an Associate Director at Lichfields, an Associate at Tibbalds Monro (architects and planners), a Senior Planner at London Borough of Camden (Policy Team and North East and South Area Teams) and a researcher at the Centre for Environmental Studies. Frances is currently a Board Member of Women in Social Housing

Building Regulations:

Colin Blatchford, Blatchford Brown LimitedColin has been in the building control profession for nearly thirty years, both in the public and private sectors. He understands and appreciates the increasing complexity of Building Regulations’ requirements and the potential conflicts they create within building design. Colin has worked on a wide variety of projects and is currently involved in large scale projects in London together with the Hinkley Point C nuclear power station. Presenting regularly to the industry, he is keen to share his knowledge on practical application of the Building Regulations, breaking down the ever more detailed Approved Documents into easily applied principles, to make architectural design more straightforward.

Core Curriculum topics

Compliance2. Where People Live

 

Terms & Conditions

Cancellations are permitted up to 20 working days before the event, you can transfer to a different course up to 14 days before the event subject to availability, and delegate substitutions are accepted at any time; please contact the relevant office for cancellation, transfer and substitution requests. Please contact your regional office An email will be sent to confirm your place after you have made your booking via Eventbrite links or other methods. A second email confirming venue along with map/directions will be sent to you approximately 7-10 days before the event. Bookings at the member rates will only be accepted if accompanied by a valid membership number. The RIBA accepts no responsibility for the views or opinions expressed by speakers or any other person at the event A photographer may cover this event and the photographs may be used to publicise future RIBA events. By accepting an invitation or purchasing a ticket you consent to being photographed, filmed or recorded as a visitor attending the event. If the RIBA has to postpone or cancel the event the booker is entitled to a full refund of the ticket price only On entry to the event you agree to accept and abide by any venue rules. The RIBA reserves the right to refuse admission to any ticket holder. The details you provide will be processed in line with the RIBA's GDPR obligations. For information on how we handle your personal data please see our Privacy Policy.