How We Did It: Holding our first virtual planning committee

Overcoming challenges around technology and public participation were key to ensuring that one of England’s first fully ‘virtual’ planning committee meetings ran smoothly, Mark Wilding finds.

by Mark Wilding
Virtual planning committee pioneers: Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea’s deputy head of development management Derek Taylor (left) and planning applications committee vice-chair James Husband
Virtual planning committee pioneers: Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea’s deputy head of development management Derek Taylor (left) and planning applications committee vice-chair James Husband

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