HJA provided evidence on the employment and economic impacts of a number or proposed hotel developments, to support planning applications for them.
Since our last note on the local economic implications and impacts of Covid-19 we have continued to speak to our clients and contacts. In this third briefing note we set out a little more detail on the issues, variables and drivers of change that have been raised in our discussions. We have tried to avoid […]
There is ongoing concern that the UK is facing and fuelling a significant shortage of employment land. There looks to be broad consensus that the challenges are complex, including the overwhelming focus on housing which permeates the whole system; rapidly changing occupier needs and therefore the suitability of existing sites; a lack of supporting infrastructure; […]
HJA worked with Plymouth University to help the RTPI in the South West to understand the developing role of their six regional LEPs in the face of a rapidly developing national policy and institutional landscape.
The recently leaked government analysis of the economic impact of Brexit makes for difficult reading. The Government has suggested there are positive scenarios that have not yet been modelled – but currently available evidence hints at lower growth over the next 15 years as a result of leaving the EU. A relatively hardline response has […]