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New 50 Shades of Planning Podcast – Episode 18: The CaMKOx Arc. Behind the curve?
The National Infrastructure Commission identified the area as having “the potential to be “the UK’s Silicon Valley – a world-renowned centre for science, technology and innovation”
It’s time to make the case for strategic land as 2023 deadline looms
Most local authorities across the country have confronted the new reality, but there are still frustrating exceptions to progress. Some councils have been alarmingly slow despite it being a full month since new powers came into force
BECG continues to rise up the PR Week Top 150
BECG, have risen up the annual PR Week Top 150 Rankings taking us to 55. We also celebrated another year in the top 3 of the Public Affairs Rankings
BECGconversation Podcast Episode 3: The Housing Association sector and Coronavirus – The CEO view
We gather together three Housing Association CEOs to reflect on their experience so far, what comes next, and how Government policy can help or hinder the recovery
8 steps for successful public communication by the construction sector
Our 8 steps for successful public communication when re-opening construction sites, drawn from BECG’s wealth of experience providing communications support to the construction sector
New 50 Shades of Planning Podcast – Episode 17: The London Plan – Capital Punishment?
Is there any substance to Robert Jenrick’s criticism of Sadiq Khan’s London Plan or is it just the victim of some Punch and Judy-style, blue on red oneupmanship
New BECGconversation Podcast Episode 2: The impact of the Coronavirus pandemic on the planning system.
For the second episode in the BECGconversation podcast series, host BECG’s Managing Director Andrew Howard discusses how the Coronavirus pandemic has impacted the planning system.
New Women in Property Podcast – The Word: Episode 2
For the second episode of the Women in Property podcast series, The Word, we continue the conversation with Louise Ellison, Group Head of Sustainability at Hammerson and Chairman of the Better Buildings Partnership, and Keith Clarke, Chairman of Constructionarium, Chairman of the Active Building Centre and Women in Property Advisory Board member