16 key changes to national planning policy in the revised NPPF

Strengthened requirements on design quality and the use of trees in new developments, as well as revised policies on plan-making, removing statues and opting out of permitted development (PD) rights are among the alterations in the revised version of the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF).

by John Geoghegan
Design quality: Maggie's Centre in west London, the 2009 RIBA Stirling Prize winner. Pic: Getty Images
Design quality: Maggie's Centre in west London, the 2009 RIBA Stirling Prize winner. Pic: Getty Images

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