Planning Podcast 15 - Design, Coding and Communities

Tue, 24 Nov 2020

 

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The Planning Podcast turns to design, coding and making beautiful places for communities. With Professor Robert Adam, in conversation with Leanne Buckley-Thompson, planning and environmental barrister at No5 Chambers. Leanne gets us focussed on what is happening and proposed, Professor Adam maps out what we can achieve with more certainty of design and what the consequences tend to be for communities, and risks for site promoters. It is a terrific topic which is at the heart of what we all do, whatever your role in place making.

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