The Planning Awards
The Planning Awards celebrate outstanding achievement in planning work by local authorities, consultants, developers, lawyers, voluntary and neighbourhood groups and all the other key players in the planning system. They incorporate the Placemaking Awards, which also also reward excellence in planning-related activities such as placemaking, urban design, economic development, housing, regeneration, legal advice and environmental consulting. For more details, click here.
Planning Awards 2021: top award goes to plan for 10,000 homes on an area released from the green belt
A neighbourhood plan that is designed to guide the building of 10,000 new homes in an area released from the East Hertfordshire green belt has won the top prize at this year’s Planning Awards, announced online in a virtual ceremony this afternoon.
A scheme that since 2018 has identified 48 previously developed sites in a small city with capacity for more than 3,500 homes has won the top prize at this year's Planning Awards, announced online in a virtual ceremony this afternoon.
An "innovative" public consultation on a local plan, that drew consultation responses from seven per cent of the area's population, has scooped the top prize at this year's Planning Awards.
- Planning Manager Carrington West Bedford
- Senior Planning Enforcement Officer (permitted sites) Kent County Council Invicta House, Maidstone, Kent
- TEAM LEADER – PLANNING ENFORCEMENT Maidstone Borough Council Maidstone, Kent
- SENIOR PLANNING OFFICER (MAJOR PROJECTS) Maidstone Borough Council Maidstone, Kent
- Senior Planner, Planner and Graduate Planner Roles ECE Planning Worthing, West Sussex
A 3,000-home development on the edge of Cambridge has scooped the top accolade at this year's Planning Awards.