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Plans to safeguard a preferred route for London's proposed Crossrail 2 infrastructure project are due to be lodged with the government, London mayor Boris Johnson has said.
Communities secretary Eric Pickles has rejected a local authority proposal for councils to be given powers to tax large supermarkets, saying the plan constituted a 'lazy way of thinking'.
Communities secretary Eric Pickles has overturned an inspector's recommendation and rejected an appeal related to plans for four wind turbines at a site at Hempnall in Norfolk after he concluded that the scheme's harm to local heritage assets was not outweighed by its benefits.
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- Senior Planner, Minerals and Waste Planning Essex County Council Chelmsford, Essex
- Principal Planner - Minerals and Waste Planning Essex County Council Chelmsford, Essex
- Urban Design graduate Terence O'Rourke Ltd Central London and South West
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- Director/Associate, Planning, Development and Consultancy Lambert Smith Hampton London (Central), London (Greater)
The government's promise of greater devolved powers for Scotland has been matched by a pledge to empower English city-regions. Richard Garlick assesses the implications.
Policy: Development Benefits Pilots
Welsh councils' local development plans would be required to conform with a new national strategic planning document under proposals contained in a planning bill published this week.
Authorities in Greater Manchester have started preparing what would be England's first statutory development plan for a city-region, with proposals to almost treble its current rate of housebuilding.
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