New Women in Property Podcast – The Word: Against the clock
As the second wave of Covid-19 hits the UK, Victoria Head and Nicola Jones, both from Gleeds join us to share their experiences of being involved in the delivery of Covid-19 specific hospital wards
New 50 Shades of Planning Podcast – Episode 30: Beauty is in the eye of the freeholder
There is the thought that beauty will help make the public accepting of new development, but when asked the public rank design behind medical facilities, transport links, affordable housing, green spaces, schools, leisure facilities and shops. Is beauty in the built environment different to good design
New 50 Shades of Planning Podcast – Episode 29: The High Street is dead, long live the High Street
Can/should the High Street be saved? What, indeed, do we even mean by the High Street? What role does the planning system have in answering these questions? Sam Stafford asks these questions in the latest podcast
New 50 Shades of Planning Podcast – Episode 28: The Numbers Game
What are the implications of the proposed 2020 version of the standard method, as well as the further reform included in the housing-focussed ‘Planning for the future’ White Paper? Has the standard method improved plan making? Does it represent a step backwards or a step sideways
New 50 Shades of Planning Podcast – Episode 27: Places & spaces
The only place people have known for a while is home. We have got to know our local environs more, but as we creep tentatively back into towns and cities, how will we find urban places now?
New 50 Shades of Planning Podcast – Episode 26: A conversation with Chris Findley
A career is like climbing a mountain in that the real reward is at the top when you can sit back and take it all in. Sam tests that theory in this episode by chatting to Chris Findley
New Women in Property Podcast – The Word: A hyper sense of local place?
The eighth episode of The Word explores placemaking and its role in shaping communities