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TerraQuest News

- Sep 2020

Free Webinar - The Digital Future of Compulsory Purchase

We are delighted to be joined by Adrian Maher and Ian Lindsay from Aspire who will be discussing understanding what the industry wants now and what is the future rather than looking at solutions.

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Q&A: Our CEO Geoff Keal on award success, rebrand and working through Covid-19

Hot on the heels of winning Excellence in Technology and Innovation at the Chamber Awards 2020, land, planning and data technology firm TerraQuest are profiled in our latest Q&A. Chief executive Geoff Keal joins Chamber CEO Paul Faulkner to discuss the firm's operations, its exciting rebrand and success at the Chamber Awards.

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TerraQuest Presents - Impact of COVID-19 on Planning Application submissions Replay

A replay webinar where our expert analysts will share insight and analysis covering COVID-19 and its impact on planning application submissions. The Planning Portal has been monitoring the impact on planning application submission that caters to every employment sector. June’s figures are now in and have revealed surprisingly positive results when compared to previous months and 2019 volumes.

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Free Webinar - COVID-19 and its impact on planning application submissions

Join us for our first Webinar where our expert analysts Scott Alford and Jonathan Fincher will share insight and analysis covering COVID-19 and its impact on planning application submissions.

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TerraQuest and the Planning Portal exhibit at Future Build 2020

The Futurebuild exhibition was a three-day event and took place on the 3rd – 5th March at the Excel, London.

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NSIP Forum

TerraQuest exhibited at the nationally significant infrastructure projects forum 2020

We had the pleasure of exhibiting at the 8th Annual Nationally Significant Infrastructure Projects Forum. The NSIP brought together major infrastructure professionals, local authorities, statutory consultees, and the wider planning community.

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