Mixed reaction to new NPPF

Felicie Krikler, a director of Assael Architects

Round-up of tweets and statements from architects and planners

The new NPPF’s emphasis on housing over office buildings may be a “critical oversight”, a senior partner at Barton Willmore has warned.

Mark Sitch said the ability to provide more workspace was important as Britain prepared its economy for life after Brexit.

He criticised the government for taking on board so little of the 29,000 responses to the public consultation it held on replacing the 2012 NPPF.

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