The curious and complex topic of Airbnb within planning has sparked increased inquisitiveness in the planning profession over recent years, particularly at Ethical Partnership where we received an enquiry for advice regarding subletting with the […]
Plans to impose daily tolls of up to £50 for high-polluting vehicles entering Newcastle city centre have achieved further backing from city councillors. Final proposals for a Clean Air Zone (CAZ) have been supported at […]
EP colleagues Alannah and Jo attended the RTPI Young Planner’ Conference in Newcastle on the 1st and 2nd November. This year’s theme was ‘A Sense of Place: Planning and Identity’. Our ‘home turf’ in the […]
A local community group in Shieldfield – Dwellbeing – and Shieldfield Art Works are currently in the process of designing a new community building named ‘Shieling’ and a community garden in Shieldfield Art Works’ grounds. Shieling and […]
Urban planners play a key role in how the places in which we live are managed and developed. As a student, you are introduced to the key theoretical debates within planning and their application to […]
Ethical Partnership’s Allen Creedy and Alannah Healey were pleased to host a workshop yesterday afternoon, for students of Sheffield Hallam University, whom are studying a Masters degree in Architecture (MArch). Here, Alannah Healey, a Trainee […]
At Ethical Partnership, we pride ourselves in helping to make the ideas of our clients and the designs of our partners become a reality. We are delighted that the wonderful culture of Newcastle and Gateshead is to be celebrated in the Great Exhibition of the North.
For some time, we have been working on a complex scheme together with our friends at Ainsworth Spark Architects. The exciting potential of the development was matched with some significant obstacles along the journey from […]