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Sam Stafford started writing the 50 Shades of Planning blog in 2012 and, with the support of BECG - Built Environment Communications Group, has turned it into a podcast. The intention is that it will be a podcast by planners and for planners. It will feature a regular group of contributors discussing the foibles of the English planning system as well inteviews with people that have different experiences of and perspectives on the sector. Why Fifty Shades? Well, as Sam wrote back in the day, planning is never black and white. It's fifty shades of grey..., but sexier...


Sam is on Twitter (@samuel_stafford) and his old blogs can be found here: http://samuelstafford.blogspot.com. BECG are on Twitter @BECGUK and online at www.becg.com.

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Sam Stafford started writing the 50 Shades of Planning blog in 2012 and, with the support of BECG - Built Environment Communications Group, has turned it into a podcast. The intention is that it will be a podcast by planners and for planners. It will feature a regular group of contributors discussing the foibles of the English planning system as well inteviews with people that have different experiences of and perspectives on the sector. Why Fifty Shades? Well, as Sam wrote back in the day, planning is never black and white. It's fifty shades of grey..., but sexier...


Sam is on Twitter (@samuel_stafford) and his old blogs can be found here: http://samuelstafford.blogspot.com. BECG are on Twitter @BECGUK and online at www.becg.com.

Customer Reviews

Hugh de Gree ,

Good attempt

Great idea; but needs more thought and diversity of guest speakers. The first episodes were good. The guests being more fluent and interesting than the presenter. But the bias of the host is getting to dominate more recent episodes, letting them down and making it less interesting.

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