How the NPPF revisions change the system, Part 18: Achieving well designed places

Now updated and expanded, this section in our series of briefings on the final revised National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) looks at its policies for improving design quality and examines responses to their introduction from key sector organisations. [Updated 13/9/18]

by John Geoghegan
Design quality: the Spiral Eco House in Membury, Devon, which was permitted under the 2012 NPPF's paragraph 55 clause requiring "exceptional quality"
Design quality: the Spiral Eco House in Membury, Devon, which was permitted under the 2012 NPPF's paragraph 55 clause requiring "exceptional quality"

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