20.03.2017Business & Enterprise | City Deal | Cymru | Economic Growth | Swansea Bay | theresa may | Welsh Government
Prime Minister Theresa May has signed off the £1.3 billion Swansea Bay City Region deal, which is expected to create more than 9,000 jobs.
Wales round-up: Green light for master plan of Cardiff’s ‘garden city’ project; EU funding to unlock Caernarfon investment17.03.2017Caernarfon | Cardiff | consultation | Cymru | garden city | Housing | planning | Regeneration | smes
A round-up of planning news in Wales: 11 March-17 March, 2017
The City of Cardiff Council has approved plans for the remaining elements of Plasdŵr, the £2 billion garden city development earmarked for the north-west outskirts of the capital.
The Welsh Government has put a bill banning the Right to Buy and associated rights before the National Assembly for Wales.
13.03.2017Cymru | dco | England | fees | Housing | Infrastructure - Energy | Infrastructure - Transport | NSIP
Schemes of up to 500 homes associated with major infrastructure projects are to be considered as a Nationally Significant Infrastructure Project (NSIP) in regulations that have been laid before Parliament.
Wales round-up: £160m Snowdonia pump storage project approved; £32m fund to reduce flood risk to homes10.03.2017Budget | Cardiff | Circuit of Wales | Cymru | flooding | Heathrow Airport | Infrastructure - Energy | Infrastructure - Transport | Regeneration | Snowdonia
A round-up of planning news in Wales: 4 March-10 March, 2017
09.03.2017Cymru | Development Consent Order | Greg Clark | Infrastructure - Energy | llanberis | north wales | Snowdonia
Work could start next year on a £160 million pumped storage power project earmarked for a site in the Snowdonia National Park following the approval of a development consent order (DCO).
Equality underpins sustainable placemaking and should be at the heart of good planning, argues Carole-Anne Davies.
02.03.2017Cardiff | cardiff city deal | Cymru | Infrastructure - Transport | Ken Skates | M4 relief road | Natural Resources Wales | Newport | Swansea
A round-up of planning news in Wales: 25 February-3 March, 2017
The public inquiry into the Welsh administration’s planned £1.1 billion M4 relief road to the south of Newport opened this week.
An unusual proposal involving housing and various ecological enhancements on a site that...
Outline permission for a development west of Newcastle-under-Lyme has been granted, despite...