Planners can learn from the principles of dementia-friendly communities in order to create good places for a vulnerable segment of the population, says Philly Hare
New proposals for Bath Quays South could threaten the city’s World Heritage Status. Follow Stonehenge and bring in UNESCO, say Jason Tann and Christine Hereward
20.04.2017economic growth | Ireland | National Planning Framework | Plan Making - Spatial Planning | Policy & Politics
John Downey outlines what RTPI Ireland is looking for from a new National Planning framework for Ireland.
12.04.2017affordable housing | Auckland | Demographics & Population Growth | Housing | International | New Zealand | Plan Making - Spatial Planning
Auckland is looking at greenfield development to meet its housing needs, but "Londoner-in-Brexile" George Weeks feels there may be a better option for New Zealand's most populous urban area...
An ageing Lord Wardrobe discovers to his horror that the ideals of his youth are being trampled on by modern governments. He was speaking to Chris Shepley. Sort of.
12.04.2017Devolution | Northern Ireland | Plan Making - Local & Neighbourhood | planning system | Policy & Politics
2015 marked a significant shift for planning in Northern Ireland; two years on, how is it working out? Roisin Willmott FRTPI, Director of RTPI Northern Ireland, looks at the challenges facing the...
A round-up of planning news in Ireland: 21 April-28 April, 2017
A round-up of planning news in England: 21 April-28 April, 2017