We all know how drawn out planning can be. In most projects, it’s the longest phase, often subject to delay for a host of reasons – so, any way to streamline it can be key to getting things moving and realising return on investment. And that starts with rationalising it.
What do we mean by this? First, being rational; taking an objective, pre-emptive view of planning from start to finish. Second, it means working smarter and more efficiently, mitigating sources of delay, conflict or miscommunication. Both of these definitions demand a more agile approach across planning, architecture and the built environment – something we’ve codified at Wienerberger Architectural Services in the form of Archigility. And to give you a taste of what this entails, here’s our five quick ways to start rationalising planning.