RIBA calls for adoption of Letwin review findings to boost design quality

The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has called on the government to break up large housing sites for delivery by smaller housebuilders and to invest in local authority planning teams as key ways of driving up design standards.

by Mark Wilding
Sir Oliver Letwin: Proposed diversity of housing types on large sites. Image: Cabinet Office
Sir Oliver Letwin: Proposed diversity of housing types on large sites. Image: Cabinet Office

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