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This is a welcome reminder that we need to work with nature wherever we can. Planning policies require a net benefit to biodiversity when development is approved, so it's worth spending time thinking about what form that could take. It doesn't need to be costly.
This week's Featured Member is @DJCollierRural David Collier Rural Planning. Specialising in aspects of planning & development for farms and rural estates David Collier joined MMBEN in early 2015 following a recommendation.
Find out more here: https://www.meresandmossesben.co.uk/members/david-collier-rural-planning/
The Place Alliance has published a new report, "HOME COMFORTS How the design of our homes and neighbourhoods effected (sic) our experience of the Covid-19 lockdown and what we can learn for the future". It proves that now even academics don't write proper English.
At the request of a new client I produced a planning statement explaining why planning permission should be granted retrospectively. It went to the Council last Monday. Permission granted this Monday. Planning officer deserves credit for responsiveness. That's quick.
Our latest success was with a proposal to change a small, former quarry into an extension of a domestic garden. It has been approved with acceptable conditions, so our clients are pleased. But we're only halfway there. We now need separate approval for infilling the hole.
It's been fun and informative, and I can hardly wait for MMBEN events to resume.
This week's member of the week is David Collier Rural Planning @DJCollierRural and joined the network back in October 2015