BIDWELLS AT THE
RTPI YOUNG PLANNERS' CONFERENCE

Bidwells is a sponsor at this year's RTPI Young Planners' Conference in November.

Young planners from across Bidwells' offices will be attending this year's RTPI Young Planners' Conference.

Taking place at The Albert Hall in Nottingham, and hosted by the East Midlands Young Planners,  the theme of the two-day event will be: Celebrating Planning for the Greater Good? How the profession responds to issues affecting places,  and makes them better

Bidwells will be a joint sponsor of this years' Gala Dinner, taking place at Blotts Country Club on Friday 2nd November.

David Bainbridge, Partner, Planning said:

“Bidwells fully support the work of the RTPI nationally. We take pride in raising the profile of planning in the work we do and we are proud to have a graduate and apprentice programme to bring on the next generation of planners and surveyors.” 

DON'T MISS 
Five-Year Housing Supply and Calculating Housing Needs

Saturday 3rd November, 10.10am - 11.10am

Senior Planner, Robert Love will be leading a crash course on the standard method of calculating housing needs and the differing methods of working out a figure of housing land supply.

CONTACT THE TEAM

Contact one of our Bidwells team attending the RTPI Young Planners' Conference to arrange a catch up: 

David Bainbridge

Partner, Planning

Milton Keynes

Mel Balk

Senior Planner

Milton Keynes

Anthony Child

Senior Planner

Cambridge – Head Office

Tom Eyres

Planner, Planning

London

Daniel Gender-Sherry

Principal Planner

Oxford

Susannah Green

Planner, Planning

Milton Keynes

Jessica Hill

Planner, Planning

Cambridge – Head Office

Jake Lambert

Planner, Planning

Norwich

Robert Love

Senior Planner, Planning

Milton Keynes

Tom Matheou

Planner, Planning

Cambridge – Head Office

Ryan Nicholls

Planner, Planning

Cambridge – Head Office, Essex

Georgina Pickett

Senior Heritage Consultant

Cambridge – Head Office

Harry Ramsey

Planner, Planning

Norwich

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