Workshop on the Regional Spatial and Economic Strategies Postponed
Workshop on the Regional Spatial and Economic Strategies
Please book a ticket to allow us arrange numbers and lunch (sandwiches) - https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/regional-spatial-and-economic-strategy-workshop-tickets-41696418109
This workshop will introduce you to the 3 Regional Spatial and Economic Strategies (RSES) that are currently out for submission with a new submission date of 2nd February.
It is intended that the workshop participants will learn and contribute and allow them to make more informed submissions.
The Government recently published the draft National Planning Framework - Ireland 2040 in September 2017. This high level plan will together with the national investment plan will direct future development and investment in Ireland (www.npf.ie)
Each of the regional authorities have been tasked with creating a Regional Spatial and Economic Strategy that details the local realisation of the NPF. This where the detail will be.
You can find the RSES here:
Eastern and Midland http://emra.ie/dubh/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/EMRA_IssuesPaper_Nov17.pdf
Northern and Western http://www.nwra.ie/RSES/
Regional Spatial and Economic Strategies - Is planning a useful tool to protect the environment?
Due to illness we have had to postpone our workshop to Wednesday 10th January – which gives you more time to book.
It’s not too late to book for the Planning Workshop being organised by An Taisce in Tailors Hall on January 10th 10.30-4.00pm
It’s free – but please book here, to allow us to track numbers and arrange for lunch (sandwiches): https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/regional-spatial-and-economic-strategy-workshop-tickets-41696418109
The aim is to help environmentalists use the planning system to achieve their goal of protecting the built and natural environment.
Following the hugely contested draft National Planning Framework the government is now inviting pre-draft submissions to the new Regional Spatial and Economic Strategies.
How should we respond? It’s not easy but during the day we will offer some suggestions and useful approaches.
The final programme will be circulated to registered attendees later this week with appropriate handouts but as an example the day will cover topics such as:
- Introduction and a brief account of what planning can achieve
- The current status of National Planning Framework and Regional Spatial and Economic Strategies
- What questions have the government asked us to respond to?
- The importance of Strategic Environmental Assessment
- A guided discussion on how local input can be valuable
Presentations will be kept short with plenty of time for questions and discussion