Monthly Archives: September 2011

Flood Risk Assessment Needed More Than Ever!

The Association of British Insurers (ABI) have added more weight to Flood Risk Assessment over mounting concerns that the new draft planning policy could encourage development in areas at risk of flooding. The recent article in the telegraph is one … Continue reading

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Planning for new homes failed, according to RIBA

The last week has seen considerable debate on the size of new built properties in the UK. RIBA itself has coined the phrase, ‘shoebox living’, which has been widely publicised in the media. Further research was undertaken on other countries … Continue reading

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Planning Reform Pushes Ahead

The recent BBC article which focuses on Mr Pickle’s and Mr Clark’s proposed changes to the planning system marks the beginning of the controversy around new planning legislation which the current government are trying to promote. One of the main … Continue reading

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