Director of Policy & Public Affairs
The Environmental Industries Commission (EIC)
Brownfield Register and Permission in Principle - the opportunities for Brownfield First development
About Michael Lunn
Building on an extensive background in politics and influencing policy, Michael’s work at The Environmental Industries Commission (EIC), focuses on contaminated land, air quality and international trade.
Prior to joining EIC, Michael served as a policy advisor to the Conservative Party, with work focused on UK legislation in the House of Commons, as well as political policy.
With passion in promoting innovative technologies for the remediation of land, and making policy recommendations to achieve the best outcome.
The Department for Communities and Local Government have implemented secondary legislation for the development of Brownfield Registers and Permission in Principal for housing development? This presentation will take you through what the Town and Country Planning (Brownfield Land Register) Regulations 2017 and the Town and Country Planning (Permission in Principle) Order 2017 mean in practice and how you might benefit from engaging in the delivery of brownfield sites for housing across England and Wales?