How planners should approach the new requirement to produce design codes

The new requirement for councils to draw up local design codes means they will need to carry out extensive community engagement and closely involve developers and landowners, practitioners have advised, though local authority resource and skills deficits will need to be addressed.

by Ben Kochan
Communities: councils will have to draw up local design codes (pic: Getty)
Communities: councils will have to draw up local design codes (pic: Getty)

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