“Excellent – well structured and well presented”

“very interesting day and very informative”

“Openness to ongoing questions very helpful”

Just some of the comments we received after our recent neighbourhood plan training day for parishes organised alongside Warwickshire & West Midlands Association of Local Councils.

Kirkwells Training Day with Warwickshire Association of Local Councils

Kirkwells Training Day with Warwickshire Association of Local Councils

Attended by 37 representatives from 17 parishes this one-day training event covered a range of themes using a mix of presentation and hands on workshops, including;

  • Introduction to Neighbourhood Planning
  • General conformity
  • Putting your plan together
  • Engaging the community
  • Examination and referendum
  • Funding

This is training that gives you a realistic, comprehensive, and insider’s view of neighbourhood planning. Training that will allow you to assess whether neighbourhood planning is for your area, or give you new tools and skills to take your plan to the next level. And you do not need to take our word for it, here is what one satisfied delegate said:

“In my opinion this was the best WALC training day I have attended. Mike Wellock and his staff from Kirkwells are obviously highly experienced town planning professionals with a high level of experience, knowledge and understanding and are passionate about Neighbourhood Planning. Congratulations for having secured such competent course leaders.”

Interested in arranging a similar neighbourhood plan training session for your Association of Local Councils? Or are you a local planning authority wanting to help your parishes and local groups? If you are and would like to discuss how we can help you support your area contact Michael on 01282 872 570 or email.


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