To request a booking with The Design Review Panel (www.designreviewpanel.co.uk) in the South West please select an option from the choices below & then select an available date. Once you have completed the booking request form you will receive an automated confirmation email containing payment details. Bookings are required a minimum of 14 days in advance and are only confirmed subject to receipt of cleared funds payment.
Information to be reviewed by the Panel is to be provided to the Design Review Panel using the blue 'Upload Files' button above, no later than 7 days in advance of the booked session date.
As COVID social distancing requirements are easing, we are now offering both 'in-person' and online sessions. Site visits can be carried out 'in-person' or online using 360 degree virtual photographic tours (click here to see an example).Sessions should be booked using our online booking system below.
Local authorities suppporting the design review panel process in the east midlands ...
The Design Review Panel provides its independent and impartial services directly to applicants, design teams and local authorities across the east midlands, including: Lincolnshire, Northamptonshire, Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire, and Rutland.
Applicants may book a Design Review Panel sessions directly with the Panel for projects located anywhere in the east midlands, and the Panel's feedback is a material consideration in the planning process as per the National Planning Policy Framework. The design review panel process is actively used by local authorities across the east midlands region as part of their pre application process. Actively engaged local authorities across the east midlands include:-
"Swindon's ambitious growth and regeneration plans are generating a buzz around the town. To capitalise on the attention our town is receiving it is vital that Swindon Borough Council works proactively with developers. Our Planning Committee has given unanimous approval to the setting up of the Swindon Design Review Panel as a vehicle to foster collaboration with developers. The Panel will offer practical advice to developers to help improve schemes coming forward. In so doing, I expect the Panel to add significant value to the development process in Swindon." - David Dewart - Planning Manager, Swindon Borough Council - 2016