Labour should adopt a twin-track strategy for planning reform: quick wins inside the existing system, to buy time for the big planning reforms that the British economy and housing crisis require.
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The NDMPs should be a ceiling, not a floor.
Moves to a more rules-based system in the USA have increased the supply of new homes.
Planning reforms under Jacinda Ardern have boosted housebuilding and affordability in New Zealand, with big lessons for British housing policy.
London's productivity growth has stalled since 2007, explaining a large part of the UK's 'productivity puzzle' and leaving it trailing behind its global peers.
City MinutesCity Minutes: Addressing the UK’s housebuilding crisis
Samuel Watling and Anthony Breach join Andrew Carter to unpack the findings of their latest report focusing on the history of UK housing.
Compared to other European countries, Britain has a backlog of millions of homes that are missing from the housing market. Building these homes is key to solving the nation's housing crisis.
The UK and Ireland are both worried about land banking, but the common denominator is their planning systems.
Our first event of 2023, this panel discussion focused on the need for planning reform and how the UK planning system compares internationally.
Senior Analyst Anthony Breach sets out all you need to know about planning reform, looking at why reform is needed, what it should look like, and what actions local and national government should take.