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Planning for Brexit

Planning for Brexit Archive
  • July 2016
  • What does Brexit mean for Planning and Planners?

    July 14, 2016
    By Richard Blyth

    Richard Blyth Head of Policy, RTPI It is too early to understand yet what the full long and short term impacts of the EU referendum result will be on the planning profession, in terms of its work and the legal and economic context in which it operates. We know that economic confidence has taken a… Read more »

    Brexit, Planning & Public Policy: Options for the New Government

    July 11, 2016
    By Janice Morphet

    Professor Janice Morphet  This blog is written as a letter to Mr Oliver Letwin MP who is heading the Cabinet Office team to prepare a paper on the options for Brexit for the new Prime Minister. Dear Mr Letwin, As you prepare your report on the options for Brexit for the new Prime Minister you… Read more »

    What Brexit means for Planning Law in the UK

    July 11, 2016
    By Richard Harwood

    Richard Harwood QC Britain leaving the European Union has various potential consequences for planning law in the UK, but it is the more indirect effects of Brexit which may prove to be the more substantial. European Union law’s impact on the UK planning system can be grouped into the following categories: (i) Alterations to planning… Read more »