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Planning advice launched for Londoners

Words: Laura Edgar
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Planning Aid for London (PAL) has launched an online planning library to help the public understand why and how their neighbourhood is changing.

It is part of a new project to expand PAL’s services.

The town planning support service said the library helps people to respond to new planning policy and development proposals. It also collates more than 150 resources explaining the planning system in a “single, free and easy-to-navigate hub”. It has been organised according to format and topic, to help educate and upskill people on town planning matters.

PAL trustee Katy Lock said: “PAL aims to empower Londoners to understand what changes are happening around them and how to get involved. Our new info hub provides easy access to resources which will help cut through the jargon and explain the technicalities. It is also a calling card – we hope individuals and community groups will use our free advice service and explore the different opportunities to get involved in PAL.”

The planning library can be found here on the Planning Aid for London website.

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