England round-up: House building plans in York still in limbo; villagers split over controversial development plans21.04.2017
A round-up of planning news in England: 17 April-21 April, 2017
News in brief: C&W to masterplan Birmingham Smithfield site; Newcastle Science Central secure approval18.04.2017
A round-up of planning news: Tuesday 18 April, 2017
England round-up: Basement music venue green-lit for London’s West End; Lower Thames Crossing preferred route announced13.04.2017England | Housing | HS2 | Infrastructure - Transport | London | lower thames crossing | Northampton | Nottinghamshire | Rural
A round-up of planning news in England: 8 April-13 April, 2017
An ageing Lord Wardrobe discovers to his horror that the ideals of his youth are being trampled on by modern governments. He was speaking to Chris Shepley. Sort of.
11.04.2017A40 | Bath | Build to Rent | England | Heritage | Housing | Infrastructure - Transport | London | music venues | Northumberland County Council | sadiq khan | welborne garden village
A round-up of planning news: Tuesday 11 April, 2017
The biggest opportunity arising from the government’s housing white paper is the proposal to release more publicly owned land for development, according to a survey of developers.
10.04.2017England | federation of master builders | housebuilding | Housing | Housing White Paper | Policy & Politics | TCPA | UK
Diversity is essential if we are to solve the housing shortage - that was the message from a TCPA seminar on the housing white paper.
The Local Government Association (LGA) has called on the government to close a legal loophole that allows landlords to convert properties into multiple “tiny units” marked as self-contained flats to secure the maximum level of housing benefit payments.
10.04.2017England | Housing | Housing White Paper | lichfieds | local planning authorities | local plans | Plan Making - Local & Neighbourhood
New research has suggested that 36 per cent of planning authorities have seen a local plan through examination to adoption, but 43 per cent have not even published a draft local plan.
10.04.2017Cymru | England | Housing | Infrastructure - Transport | land value | land value capture | Policy & Politics | RTPI
The current measures to access rising land values do not benefit the public enough and are stalling housing delivery, according to the RTPI.
Proposals to build more than 100 homes on the site of a college campus in Aberdare were set to...
Two major housing-led development proposals for green belt land on the outskirts of the Scottish...