Trust me, I’m a developer

Paul Smith CROP

Many people do not trust private developers or local authorities – and this is based around many alarming misconceptions

Last month saw the Building Better, Building Beautiful Commission, the Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA) and Grosvenor all publish reports about the planning system that identified a lack of trust as a key problem.

When it comes to development, there are two sides to the trust equation – private developers and local authorities. While both have different motives and often have different objectives, it is the outcome of their interactions that produces what the public perceive as the “planning system.”

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