Brandon at a ConHome event on how to reduce the time for applications to a few months, not years.
MPs banned from lobbying for 6 months – good news
Great victory in Hackney. Unanimous approval for office scheme #planningapprovalReplyRetweetFavorite
Another Thorncliffe success in Norfolk, as Broadland Council today approved a 10MW solar farm #planningapprovalReplyRetweetFavorite
Thanks to all who supported the @ThorncliffeComm team at @LandAid Towerathon
Another success for Thorncliffe in the NW with a new scheme in #Manchester city centre approved yesterday #planningapprovalReplyRetweetFavorite
We're helping LandAid today, running up and abseiling down the Broadgate Tower. Donate here
Played our part in 2 unanimous planning approvals in #Newham yesterday eveningReplyRetweetFavorite
RT @paulmorrish46: Excited and honoured to be temporarily co-opted to @ThorncliffeComm for #LDNTowerAthlon. The best team WILL win! https:/…ReplyRetweetFavorite
Proud to be part of a successful team at #Hackney planning committee last night #planningapprovalReplyRetweetFavorite
Fracking isn’t going away: and neither will the campaigns to stop it
The sun shines on - two more solar schemes approved today in #Norfolk #planningapproval
Thorncliffe add to our triple lock code, registering with government's lobbying Tsar, ORCL.
Devolution under a Jeremy Corbyn-led Labour Party.
We've had a wonderful afternoon on the Thames. Wonderful sights, and a fantastic river. It should be used more.
This view will soon change.
A fantastic hotel on the site of the old GLC roundabout.
One of our clients did the solar panels on this bridge station.
The seat of London government.
Tower Bridge raised the bridge for us.

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MPs banned from lobbying for 6 months – good news

1 October 2015 Recent news reports that former MPs are now banned from lobbying the UK Government for six months after stepping down is good news for transparency and ethical behaviour.

Root and branch?

21 September 2015 What could a "root-and-branch review of the planning system” mean for developers?

Fracking isn’t going away: and neither will the campaigns to stop it.

20 August 2015 News this week that the Oil and Gas Authority have announced 27 more locations in England where licences to frack for shale oil and gas will be offered will not be welcomed by councillors or local residents.

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