Author: Deb Jeffreys

A New Placemaking Charter for Wales

On the 24th September 2020, Julie James, Minister for Housing and Local Government launched the new Placemaking Wales Charter at the Welsh Planner Live Conference. Planning Aid Wales is pleased to confirm it is a signatory to the Charter and commits the organisation to the principles and to support Placemaking across Wales.

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The Value of Community Engagement in Planning

We are seeking your assistance with a study that Planning Aid Wales is currently undertaking on the value of community engagement in planning in Wales.

This work is supported by Welsh Government and our findings and recommendations will be considered by the Welsh Government’s Planning Division.

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Planning Aid Wales Gains National Attention

Planning Aid Wales were commended in our category of In-house Planning Team of the Year at the RTPI Awards for Planning Excellence 2020 held virtually on You Tube on 30th April 2020.  The RTPI Awards for Planning Excellence are the most established and respected awards in the UK planning industry. Running for over 40 years, they celebrate exceptional examples of planning and the contribution planners make to society.

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Update from our Chief Executive

I am writing to update you about changes to Planning Aid Wales’ operations in response to the COVID-19 pandemic:

  • All PAW face-to-face events have been cancelled and no further events will be scheduled until further notice.
  • The staff team will remain working remotely and telephone numbers and email addresses will remain the same.
  • The PAW helpline will remain open. (02920 625000)

On a positive note, Planning Aid Wales was and is on the cusp of launching a new online training platform – more news on this will follow in April.  We will also be looking to schedule live webinars soon.  If you are interested in assisting with these activities, please do let us know.

If you have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to contact us directly at [email protected] or on 02920 625004

Thanks for your ongoing support and stay safe,

James Davies
Chief Executive

Building a Child Friendly Cardiff & the Vale

Public Health Wales recently hosted a symposium – “Building a Child Friendly Cardiff and Vale”. The successful inaugural event focused on agencies working together to ensure children and young people’s voices are heard and to increase and promote child friendly environments in places and spaces where they live.

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