Modular construction uptake hindered by planning system
Experts say planning reform, educational open days and investment are key to wider adoption of modular
Shropshire decision may pave way for public space appeals
Supreme Court judgment may provide blueprint for other communities looking to protect recreational space.
Can planning policies solve New Zealand’s housing crisis?
Government measures such as zoning changes and investment deterrents aim to tackle the problem
Martyn’s Law brings sweeping changes for property owners
Proposed legislation places requirements on commercial premises to mitigate threat from terrorist attacks.
Recent high-profile snubs cast doubt on future of CPOs
Two refusals raise questions over whether the landscape for green-lighting schemes has changed for good.
Fearn vs Tate case ruling may change views on privacy rights
Supreme Court ruling could have wide-ranging ramifications on what developers can build and where.
Biodiversity pilot site could give developers green boost
The Iford Farm biodiversity backstop site could help developers meet their environmental commitments.
Developers ditch wrecking ball in favour of retrofitting
Sustainability and heritage factors prompt developers to consider light-touch refurbishment of old buildings.
Is it time to serve notice on the Landlord and Tenant Act?
PLA calls on its 1,500 members to review whether new commercial legislation is needed.
ESG set to be a top priority for the industry in the year ahead
Sustainability goals, net-zero targets and energy standards are key issues for investors and developers.