Claire Pearce: Planning for Future Prosperity

Director of Economic Development,  Claire Pearce, will be speaking at the upcoming ‘Planning for Future Prosperity conference organised by the Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI), held on December 3rd.

The seminar will examine the contribution of planning to meeting the needs of a rapidly changing economy and explore how planning can encourage innovation and sustainable growth in the face of the ‘fourth industrial revolution’.

Claire Pearce will share the lessons which can be learnt from her experience of leading the planning team which thought strategically about the social and economic benefits to the wider community and how this can now be integrated into a positive legacy through ongoing economic transformation via the Gravity project.

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