Planning Podcast 18 - A look back at 2020 with the Top Tips Team

Wed, 16 Dec 2020

 

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Spotting key themes and evolving issues from 2020, the top tips team turns to small housing sites; the continued impact and evolution of the Rosewell Review (with a paper from Howard Leithead here); the recovery, a top tip from Leanne Buckley-Thomson (which also the subject of a note here) and an issue which will dominate for decades to come - climate. With sincere thanks for lending us your ears during the last, tricky, nine-months, stay safe and do enjoy a peaceful and relaxing Christmas.

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