Planning for the revolution: infrastructure, energy and waste in a low carbon world
  • Roland Levinsky Building

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The generation and use of renewable energy are rapidly developing areas which hold significant implications for how we plan our future infrastructure.

This seminar will explore the operation of the major infrastructure planning regime introduced by the Planning Act 2008 and present the results of research undertaken for RTPI South West on the planning implications of the transformation to a low carbon energy future.

Visit the RTPI website for further information and ticket details or contact southwest@rtpi.org.uk for enquiries.

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