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Newsletter redesign

by on June 16, 2010

This week the Portal will be launching a redesigned weekly newsletter which will continue to deliver all the latest planning news but will ensure you don’t miss out on any new developments at the Portal.

The new HTML newsletter

But don’t worry. We’re not straying away from the straight-talking content that has seen more than 60,000 users join the service in recent years – making the newsletter the trusted source of information for local authorities and planning professionals.

We’ve listened to your feedback and will continue to bring you the latest policy announcements and planning news in an objective and balanced way.

But the redesign will allow us to highlight those important round-up articles on issues that could affect you and your business, and will deliver the latest Portal developments alongside the current news agenda.

This will ensure you don’t miss any updates to existing Portal services like the online application service and to new product launches such as the series of mini guides to household permitted development.

Please note: The new newsletter will only be available for HTML subscribers. If you’re receiving text-only format and want to receive the redesigned HTML newsletter, simply log in and edit your details

To start receiving the newsletter, register first

One Comment
  1. Ken Usman-Smith permalink

    Nice!
    We seem to be edging our way into the brave new world of social computing. It that opens up access to the wider world of information we need to do our job, and making that informatiuon do the work for us by arriving with a ‘ping’ on our desktops.

    Especially relevant now there are less of us. That accelerated reduction in staff resources is making working smarter vital.

    So the Portal is a resource thats moving into the front line to face the forces of the Coalition as they sweep into Whitehall! We will emerge leaner and we will redesign what we do to survive.

    My hope is we are also ambitious and can do what planners are known for, coming up with the built environment that is actually better than the developers initial plans wanted. Time will tell.

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