Environmental and Planning Law Association of Northern Ireland
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A key objective of EPLANI is to promote the planning and environmental law professions. We wish to offer congratulations to the latest student prize
EPLANI are seeking a student to join the committee. The role will give the successful candidate the opportunity to contribute to emerging matters in the
In some cities, lower income communities located in a ring of social housing around the city centre have high levels of deprivation and unemployment.
The RTPI President Phil Williams has responded to the decision to leave the EU at www.rtpi.org.uk/briefing–room/news–releases/2016/june/rtpi–responds–to–european–union–referendum–decision.
The statement is attached. It outlines the need for
Aiming to promote the understanding of environmental and planning law and policy in Northern Ireland.
In particular, EPLANI aims to advance the education of the public in all matters relating to the development, teaching, application and practice of environmental and planning law and policy.
To that end EPLANI hosts or co–hosts a wide range of low cost seminars throughout Northern Ireland and related events. These events are open to everyone, with members availing of a discounted rate.
The Northern Ireland Planning Bar Association is pleased to host a lecture by The Right Hon the Lord Kerr of Tonaghmore, Justice of the