Advice: How to resolve funding impasses between the public and private sector

Advice: How to resolve funding impasses between the public and private sector

No-one expected the delivery of the country's first garden city for 100 years to be easy. So a recent press report alleging a funding deadlock at Ebbsfleet between the government and developer Land Securities is unlikely to come as a surprise.

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Mayor to seek safeguarding direction for Crossrail 2 route

Plans to safeguard a preferred route for London's proposed Crossrail 2 infrastructure project are due to be lodged with the government, London mayor Boris Johnson has said.

Pickles rejects 'lazy' supermarket tax proposal

Pickles rejects 'lazy' supermarket tax proposal

Communities secretary Eric Pickles has rejected a local authority proposal for councils to be given powers to tax large supermarkets, saying the plan constituted a 'lazy way of thinking'.

Pickles blocks Norfolk wind farm over heritage concern

Pickles blocks Norfolk wind farm over heritage concern

Communities secretary Eric Pickles has overturned an inspector's recommendation and rejected an appeal related to plans for four wind turbines at a site at Hempnall in Norfolk after he concluded that the scheme's harm to local heritage assets was not outweighed by its benefits.

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What devolution could mean for planning

What devolution could mean for planning

The government's promise of greater devolved powers for Scotland has been matched by a pledge to empower English city-regions. Richard Garlick assesses the implications.

Policy summary - Councils and neighbourhoods asked to pilot benefits model

Policy summary - Councils and neighbourhoods asked to pilot benefits model

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Welsh plan set to be replaced

Welsh plan set to be replaced

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.

Manchester councils join forces for England's first city-region plan

Manchester councils join forces for England's first city-region plan

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.


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