A minimum of 976,000 new homes could be built on identified brownfield sites, according to a report published today by countryside group the Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE) which claims that brownfield land is 'far from finite'.1 comment
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Developers dislike numerous aspects of the fixed-rate levy that many councils impose on planning permissions, but would struggle to identify an alternative method of setting their contributions to infrastructure, according to the industry's umbrella group.3 comments
A group of enterprise zones remain without simplified planning regimes, 18 months after concerns were raised about take-up, Planning has learned.
High-density transport networks between and within cities are vital for successful urban growth, experts told the Institute of Economic Development (IED) Annual Conference.
- Development Management Planner Matchtech Surrey
- CIL/Section 106 Monitoring Officer Bath & North East Somerset Council Bath & North East Somerset Council
- Planning Project Officer Human Resources Exeter City Council Exeter, Devon
- Principal Conservation Officer Macdonald & Co Oxfordshire
- Planner - Minerals and Waste Planning Essex County Council Chelmsford, Essex
- 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
- Senior Planners Terence O'Rourke Ltd Central London and South West
- Director/Associate, Planning, Development and Consultancy Lambert Smith Hampton London (Central), London (Greater)
Government is bringing in reforms to the agency responsible for protecting the nation's heritage assets. Emma Watton explains.
Greater Manchester could push for its new city-region mayor to have call-in powers on major schemes, according to a council chief.
A government U-turn on who should oversee sustainable urban drainage has put pressure on planners, writes John Geoghegan.
Government-backed proposals for an east-west High Speed Three (HS3) rail link between cities in the north of England could transform housing growth, experts have said.
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