New guidance includes measures to ensure post-approval design quality is maintained

Councils can use strategies such as "encouraging the retention of key design consultants from the planning application team and using design review at appropriate intervals" to ensure that the quality of approved development is not diminished between permission and completion, according to new guidance.

by Colin Marrs
Design process: revised planning guidance released. Image by Pixabay
Design process: revised planning guidance released. Image by Pixabay

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