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As part of the Open Office series at the Architecture Foundation, we examined the implications for the public of the 2011 Localism Act in England – a political policy which aims to empower local communities in matters of urbanism, but has had limited effect due to the confusing nature of planning policy.

I spent one week working with a team of talented architects dissecting and reducing Croydon's 260 page Local Development Framework document into a 13 page document and online web tool.

Produced in collaboration with We Made That, an architecture and design studio based in Hackney, London.