The deadline is the end of October for submitting your evidence to the Raynsford Review, the major review of planning initiated by the Town and Country Planning Association (TCPA). The review is chaired by TCPA president and former housing and planning minister, Nick Raynsford.
The TCPA has been touring the country to discuss their ideas and ask planners, consultants, the public, lawyers and house builders to help them create a new blueprint for the planning system.
Submitting evidence is easy. If you are a professional, submit it as text to the call for evidence (maximum 1,500 words per theme).
If you are a member of the general public, complete a short survey of public attitudes to planning here.
Visit the Raynsford Review web page here for more details. The deadline to input is 31 October.
Evidence will be collected over an 18-month period, beginning in late June 2017, and a report formally presented at all major party conferences in autumn 2018.