Detailed analyses of how projects or plans have come together, accompanied by independent commentaries.
An energy firm worked with Natural England to protect sensitive Dorset downland by relocating a solar farm. David Dewar reports.
Gathering extensive data was vital in setting a policy to improve public health in an inner London borough. David Dewar reports.
A condition imposed on a housing development in west Sussex which required the occupiers to be aged 55 or older was removed, an inspector ruling that the council had provided inadequate justification for its retention.
- Senior Planner (2 Posts) Sefton Council Bootle, Merseyside
- Regeneration Planning Manager Wokingham Borough Council Wokingham, Berkshire
- Principal Urban Design Officer Guildford Borough Council Guildford, Surrey
- Development Control and Countryside Manager Cumbria County Council Cumbria
- Technical Director - Planning (London) Beach Baker Property Recruitment London
Local consultation and cooperation has brought a 416 home development to fruition in the South Downs. David Dewar reports.
Close cooperation between public and private partners has saved a London wharf from redevelopment plans, David Dewar reports.
How one planning authority is pioneering a new method for ensuring the swift build-out of housing permissions that ministers are urging. By Lee Baker.
Innovative engagement tactics proved key to creating a plan for one of Bristol's most diverse areas. John Geoghegan reports.
A Devon council has established a blueprint requiring developers to provide self-build housing. David Dewar reports.
Harrow's approach to housing delivery aims to make the most of council assets, says David Dewar.
Bradford City Council is taking an innovative approach to clearing its backlog of enforcement cases. Ben Kochan reports.2 comments
Forging strong community relationships proved key to winning local approval for housing in a Hampshire village. Jim Dunton reports.
Planners redeveloping Cringle Dock waste facility in Battersea were under pressure to achieve a quick turnaround, writes David Dewar.
Extensive public engagement helped win support for an ambitious neighbourhood plan, says John Geoghegan.
Cooperation was key to approval of plans for a hi-tech manufacturing complex in the South Yorkshire green belt, says John Geoghegan.
Public engagement proved the key to securing government approval for a Yorkshire wind turbine scheme, finds David Dewar.
A west London borough has become the first to use an article 4 direction to curb permitted development rights on basements, says Winnie Agbonlahor.
Making a local plan doesn't have to be a drawn-out process, say planners who worked on Hounslow's document. Winnie Agbonlahor reports.
A consultancy team has helped secure the first major green belt housing approval in five years, says David Dewar.
- Thu 2 Mar 2017 - Tue 28 Mar 2017
- Exeter, London and Gateshead
- Tue 28 Mar 2017
- RIBA, London
Priorities for the housing sector in Ireland: examining the challenges in social and private housing following Rebuilding Ireland
- Wed 29 Mar 2017
- Central Dublin
- Wed 5 Apr 2017
- Wed 5 Apr 2017 - Thu 6 Apr 2017
- University of Birmingham