NPPF2 Briefing Note
Date of Article
Aug 21 2018
Planning & development

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Nick Taylor
Partner, Planning & Development
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Nick is a chartered town planner and development surveyor with over 25 years' experience, gained across the residential, commercial, retail and industrial sectors for corporate, institutional and private landowners and developers. He has worked at CBRE and Drivers Jonas Deloitte. His professional experience is in three main sectors – Strategic Land / Projects, Retail / Mixed-Use and Central London. Strategic Projects / Land involves the promotion of land for commercial and residential development for landowners and developers. Retail / Mixed-Use schemes are a blend of edge of centre and town centre mixed-use schemes with food stores and other uses, often residential. This sector includes regeneration and waterside schemes. Central London focuses on projects from Canary Wharf to Hammersmith and Camden down to Wandsworth, Southwark and Lambeth. When he isn’t working, Nick can be found playing golf (increasingly badly) and spending time re-stocking and emptying his wine cellar to indulge his passion for wine.

Six years after the Government consolidated 1,000 pages of national policy guidance into just 50, an updated version of the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF2) has just been published.

Highly anticipated, there has been considerable conversation around what changes the NPPF2 may bring. We’ve produced a briefing note which provides a clear and concise update on the headline changes, the implications of these and what we think the new legislation is missing.

Key topics include the housing market, Green Belt boundaries and planning obligations and viability.

Download our NPPF Briefing Note >