Outdoor advertisement control is a complex and often poorly understood part of the planning system and a subject where not much CPD is provided. Dealing with enquiries or alleged breaches of control may not get a high priority but they can be difficult and time consuming if you do not have a clear understanding of how the dual system of control over any development and the need for consent to display the advertisement operates. This new workshop is designed to help participants understand this system and how the Advertisement Regulations operate: advertisements that are excluded from control, Deemed consent, Reg 7 Directions, Express consents, the need to comply with Standard Conditions etc. It will consider good practice in prosecuting illegal advertising and ways under the Planning and other Acts to remove illegal advertisements. It will be of benefit to anyone who is involved in advertisement control but particularly enforcement officers. The sessions are designed to be interactive and to deal with participants’ questions and concerns. The learning outcomes from the day should be enhanced knowledge and confidence to operate this element of control.
If you are interested in in-house training please contact Angela Holmes. She will be pleased to discuss your requirements and provide outline programmes for you to consider. We are also happy to consider designing bespoke/tailored workshops for individual clients, although in some cases this may involve an additional cost. When you are ready to take things further we can provide a written proposal and check presenter availability.
Please note that all enquiries are without obligation.