Planning for Environmental Protection


5hr30_CDP_90x90This essential one-day training workshop looks at new planning practice guidance in England, how it’s changed, and how it can be applied to make use of the planning system as a force for environmental health improvement. Delegates will leave with a better understanding of planning process and how to effectively engage with planners to help set responses to planning applications in a wider planning context.

This course is also available as in-house training, at a time and venue of your choice. Learn more here.


“A good programme – something a bit different!”

“Useful insight from a planning angle.”

“Speaker explained planning at a good pace and made it easy to understand.”

“The combination of presentations and group discussions helped me better understand current planning policy and guidance.”

“I got what I came for!”

Why should you attend?

Understand the changes of the past 5 years to the planning system
Review the significance of NPPF
Become familiar with new practice guidance and how it supports environmental protection
Learn how to engage in the planning process for best practice and public health gains
Consider use of planning for public health gains
Review case studies for LDPs and neighbourhood plans

Who should attend

Environmental health practitioners
Technical Assistants
Planning Officers
Other Planning Professionals


This event will be accredited with 5 hours and 30 minutes of CIEH CPD.

More information HERE.

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