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Event for Applicants and Agents in the Planning System in London

by on August 7, 2019

Towards the end of this year the Greater London Authority (GLA) are aiming to launch a new version of the London Development Database (LDD).

The LDD has acted as the single source of information about developments with planning permission being built since 2004. This has become expensive to operate and provides a limited insight into the planning and development system in London.

The Planning Portal have been working with the GLA to provide them and users with the tools and digital services to ensure that the planning application information handled as part of planning process is collected correctly and in consistent, agreed, formats. The relaunch of the LDD will integrate with the Planning Portal and Local Authority services and automate many of the new processes to provide a clearer and cleaner dataset of development available for everyone to use.

Parties active in the development industry are invited to a workshop at City Hall on 13 September to be briefed on the project, the information that will be available and have the opportunity to shape how this project develops.

The format of the event will be a presentation followed by a workshop facilitated by the project team working on this landmark project.

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