Government pilot reveals that most councils need consultancy support to deal with ‘steep’ design code learning curve

A government pilot has revealed “key skills gaps” in local authorities' design-coding capabilities, and found that a “steep learning curve” will be required to implement new design code guidance.

Nansledan: an urban extension to Newquay where design codes are used (Credit: Hugh Hastings c/o Getty Images)
Nansledan: an urban extension to Newquay where design codes are used (Credit: Hugh Hastings c/o Getty Images)

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