How We Did It: Conducting virtual site visits during the Covid-19 lockdown

Due to Covid-19 restrictions, planning officers at the London Borough of Haringey have been using 3D mapping technology to assess proposals in lieu of being able to physically visit application sites. By Mark Wilding.

by Mark Wilding
One of the virtual site visits that Haringey Council members carried out to a proposed four-storey block of eight houses ahead of their June planning committee (Credit: Haringey Council/VU.CITY)
One of the virtual site visits that Haringey Council members carried out to a proposed four-storey block of eight houses ahead of their June planning committee (Credit: Haringey Council/VU.CITY)

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