Planning "needs more National Character Areas", Built Environment Committee told

The Landscape Institute has called for the greater use of National Character Areas (NCAs) to help guide the planning, design and delivery of housing, transport and infrastructure, as part of its submission of evidence to the House of Lords' National Policy for the Built Environment Committee.

by Elizabeth Henry
Landscape Institute president Noel Farrer. Image: Landscape Institute
Landscape Institute president Noel Farrer. Image: Landscape Institute

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