On 10th May 2018, we provided our consultation response on the revised, draft NPPF to the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government. Here is an overview of what we shared with them.
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Have you read our White Paper?
Some might say that ours is an age of uncertainty, but we believe it’s also one of opportunity. Our White Paper, Positive Asset Management in a Changing Rural Economy, presents three key factors that prove the wider economic, environmental and social conditions have never been more suited to the growth of rural businesses through the diversification of land and assets.
By adopting an entrepreneurial attitude to manage their businesses, estate and landowners are more likely to preserve their assets for future generations. The paper details five key principles based on our experience to achieve successful rural diversification.
You can download our White Paper by completing the form below.
More news from Rural Solutions
This month meet our planner, Michael (Flash) Gordon!
Flash started work at Rural Solutions in April 2016; before working with us, Michael worked at various small renewable technology companies attaining planning permission for wind turbines and solar arrays.
We are thrilled to share news that the construction of a new opera house, which Rural Solutions achieved planning permission for, at the Nevill Holt Opera site in Market Harborough is underway and due for completion next month with the first performance taking place on 14th June.
By Executive Director, Rob Hindle.
Delivered at the recent CLA Buckinghamshire Debate on – IS IT TIME FOR THE GREEN BELT TO GO OR BE MORE FLEXIBLE?
Green Belt policy has been highly effective in meeting the original aim of maintaining the openness and permanence of Green Belt land. However, as with any national policy, there is room for improvement as circumstances change. And with the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) consultation taking place, now is the time for such improvement. Read More