Capita’s Planning experts will be delivering a keynote presentation at the 2019 National Planning Summit Conference.
This years’ summit is taking a future-facing approach to the sector, looking at the biggest issues facing planning over the next 5 years.
Taking place at the Hallam Conference Centre, London, Tuesday 14th May, the summit is the definitive event in addressing the latest challenges and policy changes in the industry today.
Our speaking slots
Andrew Foster, Capita’s Business Development Director, will be delivering a key note speech on, “The Robots are Coming; How Automation and Machine Learning are Changing the way we deliver Planning Services.”
This keynote will cover:
How local government is responding to the digital age (and why it has no choice)
Dispelling the myths - what AI, machine learning, and robotics are and why that matters
How we are using technology in our planning services and why that's good news for councils, applicants and planners alike?
Joining Andrew Foster will be Steve Ottewell, Capita’s Director of Planning and Building Control, who will be running a break out session discussing: “Re-branding planning as an aspirational career to attract new talent.”
Our exhibition stand
As well as listening to our keynote presentations, you can chat with our team at Capita’s exhibition stand to find out more information about our planning services to local authorities.
The exhibition will be promoting how using technology in our planning services can benefit councils, applicants and planners alike and how automation and machine learning are changing the way we deliver planning services.
We look forward to meeting all attendees and answering questions relevant to planning resilience, AI, automation and the future of planning.