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Event Schedule

14 December 20214:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Ask TVoA: Cllr Claire Holland, Leader, Lambeth Council

Councillor Claire Holland was elected leader of Lambeth Council in June, following councillor Jack Hopkins’ resignation. Deputy leader and cabinet lead for sustainable transport, environment and clean air from 2018, councillor Holland says she’s London’s first council leader to explicitly lead on tackling the climate crisis (Lambeth was the first London borough to declare a climate emergency).

Join us at 4pm on 14 December to discover how the climate emergency is shaping Lambeth’s priorities and growth plans, not least the goal of 4,500 new homes. That includes the council’s own company building 1,100 new homes over five years (383 in the next three years, of which 223 will be let at council rent levels), with projects on all of the council’s six estate regeneration schemes. And learn about councillor Holland’s own vision for good development, the sorts of partner she seeks to help deliver it, and the influences and watershed moments on her journey to leadership.

Watch the live interview and take your chance to submit a question. Use the ‘Questions and Comments’ form below to submit your questions and get ready to be called onto the screen to Ask The Voice of Authority…

Learn more and registerWith Carter Jonas, Future-Built, GLE and London Square Partners
11 January 202211:00 am - 12:00 pm

Ask TVoA: Cllr Ravi Govindia, Leader Wandsworth Council

Councillor Ravi Govindia has led the most significant regeneration of London Borough of Wandsworth possibly since the industrial revolution. As co-chair of the Nine Elms Vauxhall Partnership, Councillor Govindia played a key role in securing the funding and delivery of the new Tube line as part of a 20-year programme to transform the Battersea and Nine Elms area.

Across the borough, there is a programme of 1,000 new homes on council land for people who live or work in the borough, including the Winstanley and York Road estates, and the regeneration of the Alton estate.

Join us at 11am on 11 January to hear Councillor Govindia’s ongoing ambitions for Wandsworth, and the story of his decade as Leader and 40 years of service to the borough.

Watch the live interview and take your chance to submit a question. Use the ‘Questions and Comments’ form below to submit your questions for the mayor, and get ready to be called onto the screen to Ask The Voice of Authority…

Learn more and registerWith Carter Jonas, Future-Built, GLE and London Square Partners
13 January 2022 -

TVoA: Hertfordshire Growth Board Webinar: Future Hertfordshire

Event three: Future Hertfordshire: How will Hertfordshire lead a ‘green’ recovery and ensure that every person can benefit from good, sustainable growth?

This final session in the 2021/22 HGB webinar series will set out how Hertfordshire will lead a ‘green’ recovery and ensure that every person can benefit from good sustainable growth.

Hertfordshire is working collaboratively to deliver climate change action, to address the carbon reduction targets for Hertfordshire and to achieve lasting change. By engaging with community groups, the voluntary sector, residents and businesses across Hertfordshire, we can collectively work together to achieve shared carbon reduction goals across the county and improve lives for everyone.  Tune in to learn:

1. What does sustainable growth actually mean?
2. How are we translating ‘green’ ideas into future ways of living and working?

Speakers:

• Cllr Richard Roberts, Leader, Hertfordshire County Council and Chair, Hertfordshire Growth Board
• Neil Hayes, CEO, Hertfordshire Local Enterprise Partnership
• Cllr Linda Haysey, Leader, East Herts District Council
• Rt. Hon. Paul Burstow, Independent Chair, Hertfordshire and West Essex Sustainability and Transformation Partnership plus sponsor
• Professor Julie Newlan, Pro Vice-Chancellor Business and International Development

Learn more and registerHertfordshire County Council
25 January 202211:00 am - 12:00 pm

Ask TVoA: Cllr Darren Rodwell, Leader, Barking & Dagenham Council

One of London local government’s most recognisable and dynamic voices, councillor Darren Rodwell remains firmly at the tiller of Barking and Dagenham Council after seven years as leader, and an increasingly authoritative voice at London Councils. When we last spoke, back in March 2019, he regaled us with his fears for a collapsing society and his efforts to build a new consensus through civic socialism; and recalled leading a school walk-out, multiple brushes with death, his battles with the BNP – and the songs that have inspired him.

Whatever we learn this time, it won’t be dull. Join us at 11am on 25 January for a lively and engaging discussion about councillor Rodwell’s ongoing ambitions, the sorts of partner he believes can help deliver them and the influences and interests that shape his vision for Barking and Dagenham – and beyond.

Watch the live interview and take your chance to submit a question. Use the ‘Questions and Comments’ form below to submit your questions for the leader and get ready to be called onto the screen to Ask The Voice of Authority…

Learn more and registerWith Carter Jonas, Future-Built, GLE and London Square Partners
8 February 202211:00 am - 12:00 pm

Ask TVoA: Cllr Danny Beales, Cabinet Member for Investing in Communities, Culture and an Inclusive

Councillor Beales leads on job creation, protecting mixed communities and economic growth in London Borough of Camden, including investment in new homes, schools, green space and community facilities.

Join this webinar for an update on Camden’s community investment programme, which has already built more than 950 new homes and intends to spend over £1 billion. And hear the latest on the council’s “big ambition for retrofit”, flagged by the leader, councillor Georgia Gould in our interview in June. Link to recording.

One third of all jobs in Camden are in science and technology – the highest concentration of any UK local authority. At a time when it seems every urban centre is striving to create or nurture a life sciences cluster, we’ll hear how councillor Beales is ensuring “that the Knowledge Quarter grows in a way that provides real opportunities for local people and businesses”.

And we’ll hear how an MSc from the LSC in social policy and planning, followed by policy, public affairs, communications and campaigns roles at several high profile charities – before and during his time in office at Camden – have shaped councillor Beales’ outlook and views.

Join us at 11am on 08 February for a wide-ranging and lively interview. And take your chance to submit a question: use the ‘Questions and Comments’ form when you register to submit your questions for the leader and get ready to be called onto the screen to Ask The Voice of Authority…

Learn more and registerWith Carter Jonas, GLE and London Square Partners
17 February 202211:00 am - 12:00 pm

TVoA: The intricacies of regenerating Cathedral Cities

Focusing resources and support on “levelling up” ignores the pressing regeneration needs of many towns and cities, including historic Cathedral Cities. Broadly prosperous places in need of reinvention: in some cases, because post-war rebuilding is now tired and in need of refreshing; in others where the population is aging as students are priced out of housing, post-graduation; and often with town centres struggling to transition from traditional retail and car-led models.

Designed for a different world, these places are striving to deliver sustainable development –spurred on and closely scrutinised by well-informed residents, with high numbers of the early-retired and environmentally active. Viability and the market may not be delivering, and these cities are unlikely to access government funding, so how far can they push the boundaries towards sustainable regeneration?

Join this webinar to discover:
• Where Cathedral Cities are diversifying beyond heritage and tourism
• How heritage cities are facing the challenge of balancing new development and preserving their historic nature
• How historic places can resolve conflicts between the needs of aging populations and the young

Featuring:
• Cllr Tony Dignum, Cabinet Member for Growth, Place and Regeneration, Chichester District Council
• Councillor Elizabeth Scott, Portfolio Holder Economy and Partnerships, Durham County Council
• Councillor Martin Tod, Cabinet Member for Economy and Transport, Winchester City Council

Learn more and register
3 March 202211:00 am - 12:00 pm

TVoA: Achieving consensus for regeneration

Even where political support for regeneration flourishes, local residents may be reluctant to embrace change. Where are the best examples of local authority officers and members aligning and bringing local people on a journey to successful regeneration? How have they built overwhelming public support?

In this respect, the pandemic had two significant impacts that are likely to endure: firstly, the way digital consultation enables previously unheard populations to connect to the planning process; and secondly, how enforced working from home encourages people to engage with their local environment in new and profound ways. But are these entirely forces for progress?

Join this webinar to discover:

• Where consultation has mobilised proponents rather than marginalising opponents
• How to work positively with opponents of change
• Tools, approaches and language that build public support

Confirmed speakers:
• Kate Ellis, Strategic Director-Major Developments, City of Lincoln Council
• Councillor Simon Miller, Cabinet Member for Economic Growth and Housing Development, London Borough of Waltham Forest
• Councillor Kelsie Learney, Cabinet Member for Regeneration and Assets, Winchester City Council

Learn more and register

Creating credibility

A digital subscription platform for views, opinions and opportunities to debate and discuss the big issues with the UK’s public sector leaders.

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Trusted to make connections

A digital and event platform that enables councils to promote development opportunities and delivers one to one meeting with developers.

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Create your own

Bespoke events, production and marketing support for councils and selected partners in the development sector.

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