Planning TV headed to CBRE for a breakfast seminar organised by Planning Out about cutting edge technology for consultations. We were joined by Lorraine Hughes and Liz Mason from CBRE; Charles Campion from JTP; Ellen Halstead from Peabody; and Chris Ricot from Hard Hat to talk about how exciting new technology- such as 3D visualisations and modelling- could transform planning consultations into more participative and iterative design processes.
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