Town planning

Humane planning has again succumbed to wholesale obliteration

Urban planning should depend on local residents more than abstract debates

The government needs to face down its enemies on planning reform

Tim Abrahams asks whether the crisis will prompt builders to create the type of houses we need

There is finally a coherent plan to improve urban development in Britain – its implementation would be transformative.

Too many of our town centres have become hollowed-out, windswept deserts. But if we make them fit for people, they will return