Login | Register
12/10/2018

Appeal: Bronze statue of local businessman is ‘incongruous’

Words:
Bronze statue / iStock: 900933716

An inspector has refused retrospective permission for a bronze statue of a recently deceased local businessman in Paddington, calling it ‘discordant and incongruous’ despite its ‘high-quality detailing’.

.....Sign Up or Login to read full article
THE PLANNER is the Official

Not a member?
60 day free trial of our premium content when you Register Now

RTPI Member Login

Go back to The Planner Home Page

Tags

FEATURES

  • Reece Lemon explains how he would change the English planning system.

  • A classic entry point into the profession for new planners is the graduate scheme, and many organisations offer their own variation on this. But what’s it like? We asked Owen Horrell, a principal planner with Pegasus Group, to tell us about his first steps into the profession

    A journey
  • Influence. It could be as weighty as changing national policy or as localised as being a good role model to junior staff in a local authority or small consultancy planning team.

    Women of Influence image with logo