The Raynsford Review of Planning has been set up to identify how the government can reform the English planning system to make it fairer, better resourced and capable of producing quality outcomes as well as new homes.
It is being led by a task force chaired by former planning minister Nick Raynsford.
Evidence is being collected over an 18-month period and a final report published in late autumn 2018.
The Raynsford Review seeks to provide practical and comprehensive policy guidance to overcome these issues in a way that is mutually beneficial to all stakeholders.
Aims for the project included’:
- Engaging constructively with politicians and council officers, communities, housing providers, developers, consultants and academics — all those interested in the built environment — about how to deliver better placemaking through a fairer and more effective planning system.
- Setting out a new vision for planning in England and rebuild trust in the planning process by communicating with the public as well as professionals.
An Interim Report has been published – available here – with nine propositions. The review team is seeking feedback on the Interim Report’s nine propositions by Monday 16th July. Please email RaynsfordReview@tcpa.org.uk with your responses.