Last month we went to Norway, where we spent some of our time reflecting on what the thousand huts campaign could learn from the long tradition of cabin living there, as well as being treated to some incredible aurora displays!
This time last year, we issued our first ever blog! Now, turning our attention to the new year ahead, there’s a great deal on the horizon that we’re looking forward to… And, to kick things off, here’s our summary of some of the key planning matters from month one.
As 2019 gets underway, it’s a good time to look ahead to what changes the new year might bring… One hot topic is of course the Planning Bill but, even for planners, this is not the only thing to look out for! On which, we take a look at the relationship between the planning system, land ownership, and land-use decision making in the context of making better use of land in and around the places we live.
Our Director Maggie is delighted to be supporting the RTPI Highlands and Islands Chapter, returning to the area in which she spent a very happy 8 years of her career to give her perspective on how the Planning Bill might affect the work of planners there to support the future growth of the Highlands and Islands.
It’s that time of year when the main thing on most people’s minds seems to be planning for Christmas, but that doesn’t mean there is nothing happening in the world of town planning at the same time. For some planning highlights amongst the Christmas lights from the past month, read on below…