In February, we considered how the Government’s small sites exemption policy in respect of affordable housing was working out in practice. In this, we highlighted some inconsistencies in recent appeal decisions in terms of whether the national guidance or local policy takes precedence.
The Brownfield Land Register Regulations 2017 and Permission in Principle Order 2017 came into force last week on 16 April 2017 and 15 April 2017 respectively.
Edward Nash says there is huge scope to diversify housing stock in under-performing suburban areas while justifying new investment in place-making.
Amanda Taylor talks about our work on a national government-led pilot scheme for ZeroC in Basingstoke.
Mike Fox recalls some of the challenges posed by a site which will house one of the most distinctive new developments in Bath.
Alice Nunn from built environment consultancy Nash Partnership has been elected as a Chartered Member of the Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI), increasing the practice’s complement of Chartered Town Planners to four.
Last weekend, members of the public shared their views on the emerging plans for the development at McArthur’s Warehouse in Bristol.
Following a successful public consultation event in October 2016 to showcase emerging plans for the McArthur’s Warehouse site on Bristol’s Gas Ferry Road, proposals for the site have now been developed further by The Guinness Partnership and built environment consultancy Nash...
Planning permission and listed building consent have been granted for our scheme to convert Building V in Bradford in Avon to provide a mix of new apartments, office space and a ground floor retail, deli and dog grooming use.