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EMCLH Webinar "Creating policies to support Community-Led Housing activities - Shared screen with speaker view
R Wallace
45:17
Morning! Happy to be here
Gary Kirk
54:28
How do you think these very local initiatives fit in with the government's intention to introduce national planning policies as expressed through the Planning White Paper?
John Kellett
57:03
as so little housing is designed by architects (only about 20%) are there moves to improve that. Developers are only interested in building homes with a financial benefit to them. Housing needs to be designed by architects for the users. It is what we are trained, qualified, registered and chartered to do! john@kreativarchitects.co.uk one of few architects in Northamptonshire.
Tom Dodd
58:49
Agree with John Kellett;s comments!
Tom Dodd
01:01:34
Neighbourhood Plans are essential, but rely on voluntary time. support is needed directly to very local people involved. Business support as well as practical networking.
owen jarvis
01:03:19
Thanks for organising Martin and team. Owen Jarvis CEO UK Cohousing Network - curious as to how CLH can argue for mixed neighbourhoods with a range of price-points, tenures, particularly for cohousing schemes, how do we argue for the wider benefits of CLH on health, wellbeing, community participation within policy
Tom Dodd
01:04:31
excellent point Owen, wellbeing policies in neighbourhood plans are helpful
owen jarvis
01:06:26
How does CLH - which often is about small sites and builds - make a case in an environment where we are now looking at big targets on housing year on year to meet demand?
John Kellett
01:14:03
will the presentations be emailed to attendees please?
owen jarvis
01:18:24
Seems like there is an important role for hubs in shaping strategy locally - what does the panel see as the role National CLH orgs/partners can play in helping to influence local policies, individually or collectively? i.e. UKCN, CCH and NCLTN…..
R Wallace
02:10:34
Thank you Martin and Cecilia and all who took part. Super session
Billy Dasein
02:10:35
Thank you, I will :-)
James Newton
02:10:49
Thanks Martin & Cecillia
James Newton
02:11:05
Really good overview of the issues
Billy Dasein
02:11:20
bye