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Planning committees: dealing with coronavirus
The Government is set to rush through legislation to ensure that planning committees can function online in the face of further lock downs to tackle the coronavirus pandemic
What to prepare for next: Covid-19 and business planning
As the UK has now moved from a “delay” to “suppression” phase, what should businesses do to prepare
How can planning and consultation survive the coronavirus?
In today's uncertain times, it is even more important for the industry to utilise technological innovations and embrace a new way of operating and working collectivity
Don’t ‘delay’ your preparation
As the UK moves from a “contain” into a “delay” phase businesses, public institutions and households across the country must now prepare for coronavirus (COVID-19) to become a new reality that will affect the way we go about our everyday lives
Jenrick delivers statement of intent on recasting the planning system
Today, Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick MP made the biggest announcement of his tenure to date, setting out the direction of travel through a set of reforms to planning and housing delivery
Sunak unveils a Budget bonanza for Infrastructure
Record-breaking levels of road and rail investment as well as funding for housing, broadband and energy infrastructure were among the headline-grabbing leads in Rishi Sunak’s first Budget
Is your business coronavirus ready?
This new coronavirus (Covid-19) epidemic has sparked a global crisis, and it's set to affect us all. But this virus isn’t just targeting individuals – neither businesses, governments nor society at large are immune to its effects.