It’s almost certain that we will be asked to go to the polls sometime in late November to decide who should be our next Prime Minister.
A recent YouGov survey for Grosvenor Britain & Ireland on the development and planning system does not make pretty reading.
Proposals to radically transform the way that land in the UK is used and governed have been unveiled by the Labour party.
A fortnight ago voters across England went to the polls to elect local councillors responsible for determining what happens to our built environment for the next four years.
On Friday 11 January, Greater Manchester’s leaders will agree to kick-off an eight-week consultation on the new GMSF, which is likely to start on 21 January and end around...
After a hectic two weeks in-and-around the Labour and Conservative Party Conferences here are my top five take-aways for the built environment.
Community engagement and stakeholder has long been an expectation of local authorities for major development proposals. The revised NPPF makes this expectation a requirement.
How can new homes be delivered with the support of communities that will host them? Getting the answer right is the first step to solving the housing crisis and MHCLG’s...
Politics is a funny old game. A year ago Liberal Democrat GM Mayoral candidate Jane Brophy polled just over 6% of the vote, trailing a distant third behind Labour’s...
Is the Prime Minister a NIMBY or a YIMBY? After yesterday’s speech announcing the new National Planning Policy Framework it is hard to tell.