Planners Network UK are organising a nation-wide event on Tuesday 24th May in Birmingham as below, looking at the future of planning in the UK.
All are welcome, but please book so they have some idea of numbers.
Beyond con-dem nation: towards an alternative agenda for planning
As part of its wider targeting . . . → Read More: Beyond con-dem nation: towards an alternative agenda for planning
A recent blogger reflected :
“. . . planners and local authorities seem to see themselves (already, let alone under the government’s planning reforms) as entirely beholden to corporate development. Same with Beorma’s might against BVSC and our lovely local Polish shop on Allison Street.”
Andy Foster placed a link on the ReStirred Forum to the . . . → Read More: Compulsory purchase in Digbeth
For our forthcoming sustainable and resilient planning event in Herefordshire, a couple of us from LWM met today with a contact in the Town and Country Planning Association and have been hearing more about the Localism bill than is good for us.
I previously outlined some concerns about the planning aspects of this bill . . . → Read More: Localism bill – more on the dog’s breakfast