Impact of Neighbourhood Planning in England Research Underway
The research project, the Impact of Neighbourhood Planning in England, will examine a wide range of issues including the impact of plans on housing supply and other development, how plans are used in decision-making, and their wider benefits for communities. The research team will be engaging with a wide range of stakeholders including local planning authorities, communities as well as other stakeholders to share their views and experience. The full team includes Gavin and Matt working with Kat Salter, Dr Tessa Lynn, Dr Mark Dobson, Dr Andy Yuille and Navigus Planning.
|Published||18 October 2019|
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