Carter Jonas
Carter Jonas

Planning Bulletin

Greenbelt, out of touch or untouchable

Originally introduced as a planning policy tool to restrict the growth of London as a girdle of open space, we contend that some 70 years later.

White paper or white elephant

As the UK housing market remains “broken”, yet another government attempts to produce a coherent policy to address the chronic undersupply of housing.

Garden villages, plus Ça change

Governments come and go. Planning policy evolves. Meanwhile, the delivery of new housing stock in addition to key infrastructure remains high on the political and economic agendas.

What does the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough devolution deal mean for planning?

The general consensus of the industry is that the emergence of a non-statutory strategic planning role for the new mayor of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough may have limited effect.
Affordable homes

Regeneration: a radial re-think

During my 30 years in the development industry, I have seen many supposed solutions to our housing crisis.

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