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The planning process is one that has been notoriously bureaucratic and behind the times. However, with most workplaces still closed, organisations have had little choice but to take business online and adapt to new ways of working, including local authorities. So what has changed in planning and viability since then?
The welcome news that the housing market was to reopen came on 13th May, as the government announced the first steps towards easing the lockdown’s practical restraints. What has happened since and what are the predictions for the next few months?
Amidst a global pandemic that no one saw coming, events all over the world cancelled or postponed and students currently being taught exclusively online, the once seemingly untouchable student housing market has a whole new realm of challenges. We’re looking at the latest within the student housing sector and the considerations experts and educational institutions must now face.
LD Events actively supports a number of charitable and not for profit causes. Sectors of particular interest are Homelessness, organisations that offer opportunities to those from disadvantaged backgrounds, and those which promote equality in the Property Sector.
You Make It
You Make it empowers young unemployed women, often from disadvantaged backgrounds, with the confidence, skills, networks, knowledge, and experiences needed to realise their passions and pursue their goals. A holistic and uplifting approach to job seeking puts individuality and self-esteem at its core. This ensures that all women, regardless of background, have access to the same opportunities to lead happy, independent and fulfilled lives.
Women Talk Real Estate
Visibility brings about better business opportunities, challenges stereotypes and provides role models for upcoming generations. Women Talk Real Estate is a non profit organisation dedicated to increasing the visibility of women in the European real estate industry.
Streets of London
Streets of London funds specialist support for people who are homeless in London, and raises awareness about homelessness. The charity puts on live events, including charity concerts which give music fans the opportunity to see big-name acts performing in intimate venues for a great cause. Ellie Goulding, Dan Smith (Bastille), Justin Young (The Vaccines) and Ralph McTell are the charity's ambassadors. These gigs have featured incredible line-ups, with special guest appearances from members of Bastille, Mumford & Sons and Years & Years, as well as artists including James Blunt, Craig David, Jess Glynne, George Ezra, Rudimental, Jessie Ware, John Newman, Tom Odell, Jack Garratt, Laura Mvula, Birdy, Kodaline and Kwabs.