Blog and Bulletins Archive

Entries from 2021

Aurora Spotlights - February 2021

Aurora Spotlights - February 2021

February may be a short month, but it has not been short on activity, with Regulations being laid in Parliament and withdrawn in quick succession, coronavirus continuing to feature in the world of planning, and RTPI Scotland having been so active that they merit a section all of their own. For more on all of which and more, read on…

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RTPI Awards for planning excellence 2021

RTPI Awards for planning excellence 2021

We are delighted that Aurora Planning Limited has been named as a finalist in the category for Small Planning Consultancy of the Year at the Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI) Awards for Planning Excellence 2021, and are very much looking forward to the ceremony, which is to be held virtually on Thursday 29 April 2021.

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Share and share alike

Share and share alike

Drawing on their own experiences, Andy and Rebecca from LivShare Housing & Consultancy support organisations to deliver shared housing solutions for people on low incomes - here, they explain the important role that shared housing can play in the housing market, some of the challenges associated with that, and why we should now be looking more positively at purpose-built shared housing….

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Aurora Spotlights - January 2021

Aurora Spotlights - January 2021

The new year may now seem like a very distant memory but, with this our first Spotlights of 2021, it still seems like a good time to take stock and look ahead to what the coming year might bring. And there is a lot on the horizon, including new regulations, a Scottish Parliament election, and an ongoing need for planning to play its role in addressing the impact of the Coronavirus pandemic…

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The value of work experience

The value of work experience

Having now been working with us for a few weeks, our intern Martin has been reflecting on the values which are important to the planning profession in practice. This has also been interesting for us as an insight into how our values are perceived by others, and we pride ourselves on the fact that these can clearly be seen to inform the work we do. On which, over to Martin!

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