Special Report: Office Conversions

Exclusive: Office-to-resi approvals contain 17,500 units in London and core cities

Exclusive: Office-to-resi approvals contain 17,500 units in London and core cities

SPECIAL REPORT Office conversion projects given the go-ahead in London and England's core cities under controversial eased planning rules contain plans to create nearly 17,500 homes, according to exclusive research by Planning.

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Special report: Charge of the conversions

Special report: Charge of the conversions

Exclusive research by Planning has revealed the impact of eased planning rules allowing offices to convert into homes. Jamie Carpenter analyses the results.

Infographics: the results of Planning's office-to-resi research in numbers

Infographics: the results of Planning's office-to-resi research in numbers

View charts showing the take-up of the office-to-residential rules, the hotspots of activity, the number of units that could be created by approved applications and town halls' responses to proposed conversions.

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Mapped: London office-to-residential prior approval applications

Mapped: London office-to-residential prior approval applications

Maps produced using data compiled for Planning's investigation into the take-up of new rules allowing offices to be converted into homes without planning permission clearly show the areas experiencing the most activity in London.

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In Pictures: approved prior approval applications in London

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