Insight guide: Strategic sites offer huge potential
Given the lengthy timeframes involved, strategic land projects are, if not immune, then certainly shielded from the storms currently raging against the wider economy.
No matter the extreme times we find ourselves living in, it remains important to get everything right from the beginning on a strategic land project, whether that is pulling together the right site with the right landowners or navigating the planning system.
The potential for strategic sites is huge and Smith & Williamson and Property Week have compiled a special insight guide highlighting the wide range of parties involved in strategic land and future trends for the sector.
Topics covered included:
- Collaboration on strategic site promotion
- Working with LPAs
- How MMC can boost housing delivery
- Developing wellbeing in strategic land sites
- Community engagement in placemaking
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