The publication of the new London Plan brings with it a clear strategic priority to increase the rate of housing delivery on small sites with the introduction of Policy H2 ‘Small Sites’. But the question is, how are London Boroughs going to begin delivering on this policy?
Our London planning professionals have addressed this essential question and provided their thoughts, including the consideration of how design codes can make an impactful difference going forward.
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Planning Application Submitted To Expand Phoenix Cycleworks, Newmarket
The extension, which is set to double the size of the existing café and cycle shop, is to be constructed of repurposed shipping containers clad in timber. Read More
Planning Consent Achieved For John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford
In an unusual move, the work on the Critical Care Building began prior to planning consent having been granted, to meet the urgent demand for increased critical care capacity. Read More
Natural Capital: How Far Have We Come, And Where Are We Going?
Change is coming and the one thing we know for certain is that natural capital is going to be the currency in this new world. Read More
New Partner Appointed To Enhance Our Build-To-Rent Capabilities
Responding to fast-moving urban change, we have recruited Juha Raymond as a partner to spearhead our Build-to-Rent (BTR) offer. Read More
Planning Consent Secured For Change Of Use Of An Industrial Unit, Wetherby
The industrial unit is set to become a critical care specialist veterinary practice, which given the nature of the services offered will be in operation 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Read More