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Formal meeting (oral evidence session): Land Use in England

Land Use in England Committee
Land Use in England

Wednesday 20 July 2022

Start times: 10.00am (private) 10.00am (public)


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The Land Use Committee hears evidence on land use in Ireland

The Land Use Committee holds the twenty-third evidence session of its Land Use in England inquiry. In this session it hears evidence from Mark Scott, Professor of Planning and Dean of Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Planning & Environmental Policy at University College Dublin, about the Irish approach to land use.   

Meeting details

At 10.00am: Oral evidence
Inquiry Land Use in England
Professor of Planning and Dean of Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Planning & Environmental Policy at University College Dublin
At 11.00am: Private discussion
Inquiry Land Use in England

Possible Questions: 

  • Can you briefly describe for the Committee the overarching frameworks for land use and planning in Ireland? How are they devised, agreed, delivered, and monitored? 
  • Land use expectations and requirements are changing rapidly, including in relation to climate change commitments, development, food security and nature conservation and restoration. How are these changes manifesting themselves in the Irish context, and how are they being responded to in relation to land use policy? 
  • How does Ireland ensure that practitioners involved in land use ‘on the ground’ are engaged in, informed about, and able to influence land use policies? 

Further Information 

 

Location

Room 2, Palace of Westminster

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