- All Tracks
- Planning Reform
- Biodiversity Net Gain
- Net Zero Carbon
- Community Engagement in Planning and Development
Industry experts take a critical look at competing priorities and innovation set to continue to transform development management and building control to better serve our communities.
Introducing new technology doesn’t have to be disruptive to deliver value. Small incremental changes to support existing processes can often produce tangible benefits, without all the typical drawn-out project management, commercial impacts, and IT headaches.
Cloud technology has completely changed how we configure and access software. It removes IT complexity and improves data flow both internally and externally.
Cloud also protects organisations from underwhelming software experiences with shorter-term, subscription-based contracting vehicles, which can be exited without penalties.
In our session we discuss how we can apply cloud technology to deliver incremental improvements to the stakeholder workflows in the planning process, reducing planning administration, and time to decision. We don’t have all the answers, but we do have lessons learned from other leading planning jurisdictions. We hope we can make the session collaborative and engaging, where we are able to consider how cloud-based government technology can help UK planning today.