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.
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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'.
A government-commissioned report has urged the Department for Transport (DfT) to improve rail links between Manchester and Leeds as the most effective way to boost economic growth outside London.
The redeveloped Everyman Theatre in Liverpool has been awarded this year's RIBA Stirling Prize.
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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.
Labour's shadow planning minister has said the party would strengthen the 'brownfield first' rule as some key party figures called for a renewed focus on urban redevelopment and extensions ahead of stand-alone new towns and garden cities.
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