Sam Stafford recently had dinner with a DLUHC Minister. The conversation during dessert turned, with a set-piece Planning Bill off of the agenda, to the three most impactful things that Michael Gove could do to improve the planning system. Sam subsequently shared his thoughts on Twitter and they provoked a bit of a discussion.
This prompted Episode 65’s ‘Call for Evidence’ in which Sam invited 50 Listeners to share their suggestions for practical, pragmatic changes that could have a positive, meaningful impact on the planning system. Sam discusses the submissions with guests:
- Claire Petricca-Riding, Partner and National Head of Planning & Environmental Law at Irwin Mitchell
- Jonathan Easton, Planning Barrister at Kings Chambers
- Paul Smith, Managing Director at the Strategic Land Group
BECG proudly supports the 50 Shades of Planning Podcast from Samuel Stafford, Regional Strategic Land Director at Barratt Developments.