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Following the introduction of Future Wales and an update to Planning Policy Wales, ensure you are up to date with changing policy and how these could impact your project. 

Attend on 19th October 2021 to hear expert advice and guidance on how to overcome the biggest barriers to planning and delivering infrastructure in Wales. You will receive the latest insight on how to respond to grid capacity constraints to achieve a faster grid connection, explore solutions to environmental challenges and delivering decarbonisation, and consider how to encourage local engagement in infrastructure development. 

Highlights of attending

•    Hear the latest updates on Future Wales, the updated National Development Framework (NDF) and its impact on planning infrastructure
•    Learn about innovations overcoming grid capacity constraints and how to increase speed of gaining a network connection 
•    Take away practical advice on how to build net zero and decarbonisation into your scheme
•     Discover how to conduct consultation and community engagement for your project


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Attend in person or online 

This event provides you to option to register to attend in person, or to access all the talks and content of the day live online.  Venue to be announced shortly.

We continue to follow the latest COVID-19 regulations and guidelines.  We will be taking precautions at our events to ensure they are Covid-Secure and will update on these measures regularly.  Our primary priority is always the health and safety of our delegates, speakers, sponsors and colleagues.  While the event is due to have the option to take place in person, depending on circumstances closer to the event this could be subject to change. 


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