10 downing Street

Posted by LindaStenner on December 2, 2015

10 downing Street

December 02, 2015 at 3:50 PM

Philip Meade visited No 10 at the end of November in is his role as chairman of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) Dispute Resolution Professional Group Board and spent an hour-and-a-half in discussions with policy advisers. He was joined by RICS Head of ADR Research and Development, Martin Burns.

“The invitation to visit Number 10 follows on from meetings with the housing minister Brandon Lewis back in October where various ways to help speed up the planning process were discussed,” said Philip Meade of Davis Meade Property Consultants at Oswestry.

One area that the RICS have been looking at with the Government is resolving disputes over section 106 agreements.

“These s.106 agreements are private agreements made between local authorities and developers to make developments acceptable in planning terms and are often the stumbling block to development.

“Speeding up housing development was a key element of the Chancellor's budget and alternative dispute resolution using a third party is considered to be one way to speed up new housing development through the planning process,” he said.

Following the meeting at Downing Street the RICS working party, of which Philip is a member, will be putting together their proposals about how to resolve some of the hurdles in the planning procedure and will report back to the government housing team with their ideas.

It is intended to be a consultative process so anyone with any thoughts on these issues is very welcome to e-mail any input to him on philipmeade@dmpcuk.com

 Philip took on his role as chairman RICS Dispute Resolution Professional Group in March, 2015.

Philip Meade can be contacted at Davis Meade Property Consultants, 103 Beatrice Street, Oswestry, Shropshire, Telephone No: 01691 659658  Email: philipmeade@dmpcuk.com

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