Over the past year, London authorities have become more hesitant towards taller buildings. They continue to prove divisive within communities and have been the subject of several high-profil... Read more
Whilst nutrient neutrality started off as a relatively localised issue in the Solent in 2019, it has quickly become a barrier to development across the country, with Natural England releasin... Read more
As the relentless digitalisation of the modern world continues, gradually transforming our core work industries, it is high time we started thinking about the future of planning - in particu... Read more
This is a true story, and one that is probably commonly known and repeated across the country. A family I know are trying to move to a particular area to buy a house. The problem that faces ... Read more
Delivering a development relies on relationships. Just think of the array of people involved; clients, funders, planners, architects, engineers, quantity surveyors, specialist consultants, p... Read more
A key feature of the new affordable home ownership product, First Homes, is a minimum 30% discount from Market Value (with a price cap of £250,000 rising to £420,000 in Greater London). On... Read more
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