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NPPF implications – Green Belt

Whilst Green Belt land continues to be afforded a high level of protection,  the new NPPF’s narr...

NPPF Implications – Town centre diversification and boundary revision

Prompted by the continuing changes in the retail sector and the impact this is having on the urban f...

Project Win – Ilford

Having regard to the two previous pre-application responses from the London Borough of Redbridge tha...

Southall Court Granted

We have today received planning permission from the London Borough of Ealing for the application at ...

Burns Avenue Approval

We are delighted that the London Borough of Ealing have granted permission for our scheme in Southal...

Latest housing data published…

Latest data shows that 139,030 new homes were finished in England in the year to June 2016, with mor...

Constant policy reforms are undermining the planning system…

An RTPI report has claimed nearly three-quarters of planners believe the constant changes and update...

Success in Westminster

Permission secured for a change of use from a commercial building into a mixed use development compr...

New planning minister

On the 17th July Gavin Barwell was appointed as the minister of housing and planning and minister fo...

Why Residents in London Should Embrace Regeneration Projects

Resistance to Regeneration To shake the negative connotations of regeneration, many professionals us...

MICL2 and its impact on local councils

What is MCIL2? The Mayor’s Community Infrastructure Levy (MCIL2), is planned to come into effect f...

Good Design vs Cheap Design

An expensive dilemma Building and development is expensive. No matter what you do, it is always goin...

NPPF Implications – Design Policies

Welcome to the second part of our series on the implications of the National Planning Policy Framewo...

The Insight: Raynsford Review

In 2017, the TCPA commissioned an Independent review of planning in England. Chaired by former Housi...

New housing delivery test measurements

Under the housing delivery test, all authorities delivering under 95 per cent of their housing requi...

Alternative Funding – Peer-to-Peer Finance

Finding Funding Most people know that there has been a decrease in traditional funding for property ...

Green Belt Building: The debate continues

The Issue With the housing crisis seemingly worsening by the day and the British Government prioriti...

What is CIL?

Introduced by the Planning Act in 2008, the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) is a planning charge...

Planning for Climate Change

Since 2010, the British planning system has been subject to an intense period of structural and lega...

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