2. Conflict management + Quality tools & guides

Mar 24 2020 10:00 - 16:00

Urban Room, 38 Carrington St, NG1 7FG Nottingham

Why is this necessary?

The role of officers and designers will radically change in the near future as national and local planning policies are progressing towards a more inclusive and open planning system, with significantly increased community involvement and empowerment. Emerging national policy will soon put community engagement at the heart of the planning process, at all stages of design.

In preparation for this change, Nottingham City Council has recently launched the Community Engagement Guide, which states the city’s ambitious expectations regarding public involvement in design and planning processes.

During this session, you will learn:

CONFILCT MANAGEMENT

  • How to identify potential conflicts

  • How to mitigate the risks of conflict

  • How to build positivity from conflict

QUALITY TOOLS & GUIDES

  • What are the tools and guides available for communities interested in planning

  • How can the available resources be used most effectively

  • How can communities benefit from available tools