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13/08/2015

Wales round-up: Consultation starts on proposed new strategic planning panels, renewable energy 'damage' risk over tariff rule change

Words: Roger Milne

A round-up of planning news in Wales: 8 August - 14 August, 2015

Consultation starts on proposed new strategic planning panels

The Welsh government has begun consulting on the composition of the proposed strategic planning panels (SDPs) as well as financial issues affecting them.

The Planner

Renewable energy 'damage' risk over tariff rule change

Investment in community-based renewable energy schemes could be at risk because of uncertainty over the returns, the planning and natural resources minister has warned.

BBC News

Invitation to submit Llanelli regeneration plans

Developers have been invited to submit regeneration plans for a 16 acre site in Llanelli.

Wales Online

Welsh Government expects UK Government contribution to any Cardiff city deal to be new money

The Welsh government expects UK government contribution to any City Deal for Cardiff Capital Region to be new money, it has emerged.

Wales Online

'Review overhead power lines' call on Anglesey

Campaigners who want new power lines on Anglesey buried under the sea instead of built over land are calling on National Grid to review its plans.

BBC News

Welsh Government confirms plans to sell off key development site at Callaghan Square

The Welsh government has confirmed it is looking to sell a key development site it acquired for £7.2 million in the centre of Cardiff.

Wales Online 

Permit refused for landfill site

An application for an environmental permit for a landfill site in Flintshire has been refused due to the potential odour problems that could affect the local area.

Natural Resources Wales

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