Heritage watchdog English Heritage has called for action to redevelop of a number of buildings that have been on its Heritage at Risk register for over a decade, as it unveils its 2014 list.
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Councillors have approved plans for a mixed-use development featuring a 7,100 square metre supermarket and 132 flats in north-west London, despite an objection by a neighbouring authority.
The UK's 15 biggest city-regions should take on responsibility for strategic planning and review green belt boundaries to help boost economic growth, according to a report.
Plans for an 850-home mixed-use scheme in Lowestoft, Suffolk have been approved after planners concluded the development would act as a 'catalyst for further regeneration'.
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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.
The government's review of housing standards has made further strides over the course of the summer. Paul Watson explains.
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