Reminder: DEW Meeting, Land-Use Regulation in the United Kingdom

The Irish planning and land-use system is very similar to the set-up in the UK. There is a re-think under way across the water and one of the main contributors will be visiting;

Speaker: Christian Hilber (LSE)

Topic: The British System of Land-Use Regulation: Key Features and (unintended) Economic Consequences 

Date and Time: Friday June 28th at 5.30 pm

Venue: Davy Stockbrokers, 5th. floor, 49, Dawson St., Dublin 2.

Admission is free but you are requested to book – email Breeda.McRann@davy.ie

The Workshop is kindly sponsored this year by Dublin Chamber of Commerce.

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  1. Heard about the Midlands County Council Chairman who has to absent himself from any discussions on planning issues related to wind energy projects?

    The Chairman says, “Because I’m working for a company [Element Power] and because the wind energy question is on the go at the moment I am staying out of it”.

    Ah, the wonders of Google (when they’re not tracking my every movement).

  2. @Colm

    Thank you for organising this lecture. I thought Christian Hilber delivered a very interesting lecture on land use regulation etc. . I was sad to see so few people there–for the country that has just created one of the greatest bank and property crashes in the history of mankind,one might have thought we might want to learn something. I hope to email you on An Taisce’s report on the various county councils ranking on bad planning. Perhaps you might try to obtain a copy of Christian’s lecture.

    Christian mentioned incentives work as we know from the bank crash–if you incentivise bankers to lend money–they will.

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