Born in the summer of '73, the youngest of five children, I was raised in West London. Dad was a Barrister and Mum worked at the Law Society; m...
Biodiversity Net Gain and Metric 3.0 What is biodiversity net gain? Biodiversity net gain has been a topic of interest amongst planners and ecologists...
Poundbury, Dorset. Will developers be expected to build faux-Georgian estates as per Prince Charles’ vision? Tepid NPPF amendments will have little me...
The Liverpool maritime mercantile waterfront has lost its world heritage status after Unesco said development in recent years had caused an "irreversi...
Typically architects in education set out on the design of large scale public buildings. While I enjoyed the challenge of designing prestigious museum...
Several new permitted development rights were introduced back in August of this year (that's approximately 47 years ago in Covid-time). These rights p...
In August 2020, the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government published Planning for the Future . This White Paper sets out several propos...
The phase 'brownfield land' is banded around by politicians, policy makers and the general public as the answer to almost every planning related matte...
Land with development potential can be valuable but unlocking its potential through its promotion and the planning application process can be a daunti...
In a much publicised, and rather inevitable u-turn, the Government have scrapped their apparently controversial formula to calculate housing need and ...

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