Making stakeholder advocacy a business asset.
Whether you are updating local neighbours or identifying supporters, engagement is key to a successful planning application.
Manchester is in an excellent position to attract the investment required for innovative technology sectors, but it will need to continue to push for transport infrastructure improvements.
With the increase of neighbourhood plans across the country, it is becoming more important to fully engage with parish and town councils to ensure a smooth planning process.
Recent events underline the difficulty of finding the space to build new houses – or rather, in convincing people that suitable space should be used to provide the houses...
Sitting down to the table at Place Party 2016, the property professional to my left asked, “So what’s the point of public consultation?” It’s safe to say I was...
In less than a week, the United States will have a new President and the most divisive election in recent history will have come to a close.
Remarkable Engagement has published its report on social media and the planning consultation process. The results make for integral reading for those in the property and development sectors.
The Neighbourhood Planning Bill was announced last week and is currently in the process of working its way through Parliament.
Almost a year ago, then-Housing Minister, Brandon Lewis, proclaimed that the Government wanted to build one million new homes by 2020; an ambitious target - some would argue unrealistic,...
Manchester City Council has this week launched the consultation on its draft Manchester Residential Quality Guidance.