Delivering low cost, high value practical events for planning and related disciplines







Housing Land: Requirements & Planning To Meet Them Download
Housing Land: Planning By Numbers Download
Setting the Context: Sustainable Development Download
Allocationing Housing Land: Problems & Solutions Download

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Who We Are

jhplanning is owned by Joyce Hartley, a practising planner with a long history of working in the public and private sectors and with over 15 years experience of event organisation and management. Current and past clients include IDOX (formerly The Planning Exchange) the Improvement Service and the Policy Network. Joyce also offers support services to RTPI Scotland in running its national events. Joyce is a Trustee of the Planning Exchange Foundation, a Planning Aid for Scotland volunteer and a former editor of the Scottish Planning and Environmental Law (SPEL) Journal.

jhplanning works with a number of Associates to deliver events around a range of topics using an extensive network of practitioners.

Other Services

In addition to our event activities, jhplanning in association with Charles Tibbles Planning, offers a consultation analysis service to local authorities and other bodies. We have extensive experience in this area and can provide you with a fast and independently produced report following the end of your consultation exercise. We have experience of producing reports for development plan consultations as well as central government consultations.

What we do

jhplanning is an event organisation and management business dedicated to providing low cost, high value events for planning professionals and other practitioners involved in the built and natural environment. With a firm focus on sharing good and innovative practice, we cover a broad spectrum of areas including planning, regeneration, town centres and local economic development.

Our events are intended to be highly practical and to offer a platform for the public and private sectors to share experience. By the extensive use of case studies and concentrating on how things are done, we can look at what has worked well, what the challenges have been, how these were overcome and lessons for the future.