A FREE interactive event focusing on how to respond to large planning applications and threats to the Green Belt is being held by Colne Valley Regional Park. 

This could be of interest if you are concerned at developments proposed in the park or wishing you understood more about the planning process.

Residents, community groups and parish councils are invited, to find out how to respond to large planning applications and development threats facing the Green Belt.

A planning workshop will be held on Thursday March 9, 5-15-7.15pm at Iver Village Hall. See here for further details and to reserve a place.

COLNE Valley is also hosting a conference for local authorities, politicians, national and regional groups.

Improving How the Green Belt Functions on London’s Fringe will use the Colne Valley  Park as a case study.

The conference will be on April 18 in the conference centre at Brunel University, Uxbridge.

It is supported by Brunel and the Heritage Lottery Fund. Click here for further details and to book your tickets.