Skills gap holds back design quality quest

Who could argue with PPS1's demand for high-quality design as a prerequisite for planning permission? Alternatively, who would be dumb enough to accept poor-quality design? Well, quite a few. The housing audit conducted by the Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment (CABE) last autumn found that a massive 83 per cent of new homes in the South East are of poor or average design quality.

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