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It’s clear that the recently published White Paper is a piece of radical thinking from Number 10, with the potential to shake up planning

There can be no faulting the Prime Minister’s ambition to “unite the country and level up” after coronavirus. And neither can anyone question the

This Tuesday, I was lucky enough to be asked to take part in a round table with the Town and Country Planning Association (TCPA) chaired by Rt Hon Nick Raynsford. 

Having listened to the Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s ‘Summer Economic Update’, I am reminded of the saying: ‘There’s no such thing as a free lunch’.

Build, build, build. The government is moving fast and breaking things again. The planning system is to be reformed. The red tape bonfire has

Big government has never been more fashionable. With unprecedented state interventions, massive government spending sprees and bailouts dominating the news bulletins, Whitehall’s levers of power have gone into overdrive.

There won’t be an easy path to recovery for the UK’s High Streets following this tumultuous period. What is clear is that the post-Covid-19 period will result in ‘new beginnings’.

According to the Sunday Times (£), radical, status-quo-hating Dominic Cummings is focusing some of his energies into reforming the planning system, rightfully keen for

Explaining to communities how construction is continuing safely – in a way that is “Covid-19 Secure” – has become an extra challenge for site teams.

As the planning process moves online, John Quinton Barber says fears that community engagement has disappeared and the public are being excluded need to be addressed

The Government has previously sought to restart the housing market by announcing a raft of further changes to support planning decision making. We are

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