Tibbalds' Planning Assistant Lizzie Bundred-Woodward who is currently studying for a Masters in Urban and Regional Planning at the University of Westminster discusses the current arrangements around the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) and considers both the problems it raises and possible ways forward for the charge. by Lizzie Bundred-Woodward I’m sure I’m not alone amongst colleagues … Continue reading CIL – A tool for capturing social value or mitigating poor development?
Tibbalds' Director, Katja Stille, considers the recent Transport for New Homes report, which examines whether our aspirations for better connected new places promoting healthier, more active lifestyles and connected communities are actually being realised in the new places we are building. by Katja Stille Transport for New Homes in its recent report is of course … Continue reading Making Connections
Last week, VeloCity, a consortium made up entirely of women, won a national competition run by the National Infrastructure Commission to come up with a fresh new idea for the regeneration of land in the Cambridge-Oxford corridor. As the industry continues on its quest to increase diversity and celebrate the role that women play in the … Continue reading VeloCity: How we used networks and influenced change