Tuesday, 27 March 2012

Planning reform

For those interested in the revised National Planning Framework (due to be published today):
  1. SERC policy paper 'What we know (and don't know) about the links between planning and economic performance'
  2. SERC policy paper 'Assessing the government's proposals to reform the UK planning system'
  3. CLG select committee report on planning: The good, the bad and the ugly
  4. Radical 'solutions' to the housing crisis (or why we need more housing)
  5. Why older people and empty bedrooms are not to blame for the housing crisis
  6. The problems with brownfield first
  7. LSE London planning policy roundtable
  8. Cities and economic growth
  9. National Trust's Inexpensive Progress: Two steps forward, one step back

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