14th January 2018

London Plan 2017: evidence base

The new Draft London Plan was published in November 2017. Three Dragons has prepared 5 reports which form part of the evidence base and have been published alongside. These are London Plan Viability Study; Older Persons Housing Benchmarks; Lessons from Higher  Density Development; Accessible Design Features in Specialist Older...

15th November 2017

The Deliverability and Affordability of Housing in the South West of England

Our report on The Deliverability and Affordability of Housing in the South West of England has just been published. Three Dragons undertook the research in conjunction with Heriot Watt University and on behalf of the South West region Royal Town Planning Institute to investigate the impact of...

7th May 2017

High Density Residential Development – Three Dragons Study for GLA

Three Dragons has recently completed a report for the GLA exploring the lessons from high density residential development.  Three Dragons worked with David Lock Associates, Traderisks, ORS and Jackson Coles on this study.  The team used data from the London Development Database, case study analysis,...

Audience at Self & Custom Build seminar
11th April 2017

Self and Custom Build Seminar – 25th May 2017

Three Dragons hosted a seminar about Planning for Self & Custom Build Homes on Thursday 25th May 2017 where presentations were shared on a range of related topics. Three Dragons initial research into Self & Custom Build - Lin Cousins, Three Dragons Support for Local Authorities in...

15th April 2016

Older Londoners and the London Plan: Looking to 2050

Older Londoners are the fastest growing population group in London. By 2041 there will be more than 1.65m people aged 65 and over living in the capital – 16% of the total population of London. Three Dragons, Celandine Strategic Housing & Mead Solutions were commissioned by...

15th April 2016

Working in Wales and Northern Ireland

During 2015, Three Dragons led teams that investigated aspects of the supply of, and financial case for, affordable housing in Wales and Northern Ireland. Reports for both studies have now been published. The first, for the Welsh government, is an evaluation of the Rent First scheme*...