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A developer has said it is 'considering its options' following the inclusion of planning conditions related to the approval of an edge of city centre retail park in Wales which would restrict the certain retailers from operating there for 12 years.
Communities secretary Eric Pickles has issued a notice to allow him more time to decide on whether to call in controversial plans to convert Brighton's Grade II listed Hippodrome into an eight-screen cinema.
Developments at Ebbsfleet in Kent, Merseyside and Corby in Northamptonshire are among 36 large-scale housing schemes shortlisted to receive a share of a £1 billion government fund aimed at delivering 200,000 new homes.
- Planner / Senior Planner Signet Planning London (West), London (Greater)
- Chartered Town Planner Oyster Partnership Manchester, Greater Manchester
- Planning Director / Associate Director and Senior Planner/ Consultant - Bristol Lewis Davey Bath, Somerset / Bristol, City of Bristol / Cheltenham, Gloucestershire / Swindon, Wiltshire / Ta...
- Planning Policy Team Manager East Hampshire District Council South East England / Hampshire
- Principal/Associate Planner (Bristol) Beach Baker Property Recruitment City of Bristol / Bristol, City of Bristol
- Development Management Team Leader (Major Applications) East Hampshire District Council South East England / Hampshire
- Senior Planning Officer Basingstoke & Deane Borough Council Basingstoke, Hampshire
- Senior Planner Osborne Richardson South East England
- Senior Planning Officer Cheltenham Borough Council Cheltenham, Gloucestershire
- Lead Negotiator - Planning Obligations Osborne Richardson South West England
Policy: The Setting of Heritage Assets
The rebranding of the Olympic Park as a cultural and educational quarter could mean that only just over half the number of homes originally promised are built, reports John Geoghegan.
More than a quarter of England's business-led local enterprise partnerships (LEPs) have agreed to take on a role in monitoring councils' progress in bringing forward local plans in their areas.
A series of growth deals is set to shape the use of government funding for local development, David Marlow reports.