The Right to Build Task Force ran a hugely successful Enabling Custom and Self Build Housing training session on the 15 October, in association with Trowers & Hamlins.
The training focused on the implementation and fulfilment of the duties imposed by Right to Build legislation, and included presentations from the Right to Build Task Force's Director Mario Wolf, speakers from Trowers and Hamlins, planning consultancy Three Dragons and Graven Hill, the UK's largest Custom and Self Build site in Bicester.
Due to the success of the event, the Right to Build Task Force it planning to run further training opportunities in 2020, both progressing the work from the first training and repeating content for new delegates.
Mario Wolf & Andy Moger: Right to Build Task Force
The Legislative and Policy Framework and what Local Planning Authorities are doing – learning from current practice
Emily Shaw, Graven Hill
Design Codes, Plot Passports and Local Development Orders to support Custom and Self Build housing projects on larger sites – experience from Graven Hill
Lin Cousins and Laura Easton, Three Dragons
Understanding demand to inform the preparation of Local Plans
Rory Stracey, Trowers & Hamlins
Securing Custom and Self Build development through the planning application process – the role of planning obligations and conditions