The South Downs National Park Local Plan (2014 – 2033) is out for Pre-Submission consultation on the soundness and legality of the Plan. The deadline for representations is 21st November. Troy Planning + Design’s Petersfield office can prepare representations to the Plan on your behalf, to ensure that the Plan represents your views and development site potential supports the potential of your development interests or sites.
Welcome Adam! We are very pleased to welcome Adam Griffiths to the Troy Planning + Design team. Adam is a chartered town planner with over 13 years development management experience in both the private and public sectors, with the last 3 years spent working on the developer/private client side.
Troy Hayes will be speaking about Neighbourhood Plans and Older People at the Retirement Housing Group Conference this Thursday at Trinity House London.
Troy Hayes will be speaking at the RTPI South East Technology and Planning event in Brighton, sharing the digital planning tools we have developed at Troy Planning + Design.
Redevelopment of the Cane Hill hospital site in south London’s green belt integrates many original natural features while relating well with nearby Coulsdon town centre, finds Jon Goodall.
Luton Local Plan found sound subject to changes recommended by the inspector. TPD has been involved over the last four years in the matters of Housing Needs, Housing Capacity, Luton’s Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) Charging Schedule and many others, currently helping the Council prepare its Gypsy and Traveller Local Plan Part 2.
We are always open to and interested in receiving good CVs. If you are interested in a career with an independent, proactive and innovative planning and design practice, please send us a CV and covering letter outlining your experience and interests, and why you would like to work with us.
Consultation on Uttlesford Regulation 18 (Draft) Local Plan runs from Wednesday 12 July until 5PM on Monday 4 September: www.uttlesford.gov.uk/draftplan2017
“Why is it that large bin lorries are still used to establish street geometry, and thus influence quality of place?”
So opened a recent talk convened by the Urban Design Group. Perhaps the answer is in research undertaken by UCL into urban design skills within Local Planning Authorities.