In this edition:
We look at how owners of brownfield sites looking to bring forward housing-led development could be given permission in principle (PiP) after new planning legislation came into force on 15 April, according to Ashford-based Hobbs Parker Planning Consultants.
Steve Davies describes how we were able to help The King’s School Canterbury gain planning permission for a new 350-seat performing arts centre and residential international college.
James Hickman discusses how, over the last year, land prices have been maintained – despite the national economic and political uncertainty – thanks largely to the on-going undersupply.
Rosie Hill explains how rural businesses may claim up to 40% grants for environmental energy efficiency projects.
Sophie Walker explains how poor broadband continues to hold rural businesses back.