A central delivery body will be established to coordinate high-speed rail project HS2-led regeneration and development, transport secretary Patrick McLoughlin has announced.
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New planning guidance that aims to rejuvenate Southall in west London and ensure it makes the most of the proposed Crossrail link has been unveiled.
Plans to create a mixed-use scheme including more than 3,000 homes on the eastern edge of Canary Wharf in London have been given the green light by the London Borough of Tower Hamlets.
Plans to redevelop the former Kensal Rise Library in north-west London have been given the green light by the London Borough of Brent.
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Winning consent for development that damages biodiversity could be made easier by a standard formula, currently being trialled by government, for calculating the level of environmental improvement needed elsewhere to compensate. Ben Kochan investigates
Imminent changes to methods for assessing industrial noise could lead to more complex planning requirements, Mike McLoughlin explains
Imminent changes in housing construction standards have been described by experts as the biggest in a generation. Ben Kochan explores the implications for applicants and local planning authorities.
Proposals to simplify planning rules to ease housing delivery on previously-used brownfield sites could create added burdens for council planning teams, senior officers fear.