Taking stock: The Office Home

A new report by Levitt Bernstein, a distinguished practice of architects, landscape designers and urban designers, suggests it may be timely to rethink the proposals for permitted development proposals, with signs that the government may already be getting cold feet.

The issue is in some ways complex, but in general amounts to the obvious question –
Is a free-for-all system which allows buildings designed, specified and built for one purpose to be changed to a very different usage really desirable or practicable?

Read this interesting and cogent professional opinion – and make your own mind up!

Link to the report can be found here….

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