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What is POS?

Answer:  The Planning Officers Society, or POS for short, represents the most senior professionals and managers of planning functions in the English Local Authorities.

We set out to:

  • Act as an advocate and promoter of Local Government planning
  • Assist and advise the Government and the Local Government Association on planning matters and related issues
  • Promote all aspects of the built and green environment by working closely with other organisations and profession
  • Act as a centre of excellence, undertake research and promote best practice in planning matter

To find out more about POS go to the About POS pages or to explore our publications and other documents go to the Library page.


How can I find out more about POS?

Answer:  To find out more about POS go to the About POS page sor to explore our publications and other documents go to the Library page.

Alternatively if you want to contact someone to discuss the Society further just email communications@planningofficers.org.uk


How can I join POS?

Answer: First you will need to check your eligibility to join:; go to the About POS  page; and then if you consider that you are eligible go to the Members Registration page to complete an on-line application form. You will then shortly receive a response from the Membership Administraator


Is POS active in my region?

Answer: To find out if the Society is active in your region and the names of the regional contacts go to the Regions page


How can I make an enquiry to POS?

Answer: You can either email communications@planningofficers.org.uk  or use the on-line enquiry form by clicking on Contact Us


 

 


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