Jack Lever, Graduate Planner at Carter Jonas, looks at the growing argument for the review and adaptation of Green Belt policy.
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John Mason, Associate, Carter Jonas Cambridge, asks if we are heading into a future where development proposals can be managed, submitted, and determined solely by a computer.
Christopher Cooper, Partner in Carter Jonas’ London office looks at the proposed changes to the Community Infrastructure Levy.
The younger an individual, the greater their stake in the future. And yet younger voices are often notably absent from engagement on planning decisions, according to David Churchill of...
Annabelle Parkinson, Carter Jonas, Birmingham, explains how the planning system is just one of many tools that can be used to help combat climate change.
The industry body is issuing fresh calls to reform planning following a YouGov poll that gave insight into sentiment surrounding housing affordability in Scotland.
Sarah Cox, Partner at Carter Jonas, looks at the government's proposed housing plans for Leeds and explains why a clear infrastructure plan is key to achieving their success.
New BPF analysis has revealed that the number of Build to Rent sites that are taking a year or more to achieve planning consent has seen a 7% rise during the last decade.
Paul Johnson, Head of Corporate Sales at Leaders Romans Group looks at the process of converting a hotel to a residential property and how best to navigate the associated challenges.
Lawrence Turner, Director at Boyer looks at the likely impact of the new nutrient neutrality rules on the supply of new homes