Improving the processes used to identify land for development, particularly housing.

Paul Reynolds suggests moving from the current, comparatively arbitrary ‘tick box’ form filling process, to a more rigorous urban design / landscape planning approach based on a thorough analysis of context.
Can more appropriate sites be identified and do the skills exist to realise such improvements?

Paul Reynolds is Honorary Secretary of the UDG and a member and former Chair of its Executive Committee. He is a landscape architect and urban designer with particular specialism in transit orientated development schemes, and is Director at the Urban Design and Planning Consultancy Urben Studio.



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