Seminar invitation - Planning and Oxfordshire's future economy
Date of Article
Mar 08 2011

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Said Business School, Oxford - 11:30am, Friday 6 May 2011

The planning and economic environment is undergoing dramatic change. The Coalition Government wants to see businesses and councils work together to strengthen local economies. In this new context how will "Localism" help to create the right environment for business to grow and rebalance the economy towards the private sector?

This free seminar will discuss a range of issues emerging from the dismantling of regional government and the Localism Bill and how these are likely to impact on the Oxfordshire economy. It will be relevant to business leaders, investors, land owners, those in local government and the development industry with an interest in the future of the County.


11.00    Registration 
11.30    Introduction 

                    Tony Baldry MP for North Oxfordshire
                    Oxfordshire’s future economy

                    Martin Dare-Edwards
                    Chairman of the Oxfordshire Local Enterprise Partnership
                    LEP's – Coordinators for local growth 

                    Andrew Tucker 
                    Strategic Director at West Oxfordshire District Council 
                    Localism and local authorities 

                    Steven Smallman
                    Planning Divisional Head at Carter Jonas
                    Planning reform – challenges and opportunities 


13.00    Buffet Lunch