NPPF revisions, the National Model Design Code and the Office for Place: the sector reacts

The Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government yesterday published revisions to the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF), a final version its new National Model Design Code and announced its new design advisory body, the Office for Place. Below we round up key sector responses.

by Ellie Kahn
The updated NPPF requires that streets in new developments are tree-lined (Pic: Getty)
The updated NPPF requires that streets in new developments are tree-lined (Pic: Getty)

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