Communities secretary Eric Pickles has delayed his decision on whether to call-in revised plans for a huge regeneration scheme in north-west London for his own determination.
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A committee of backbench MPs has called on the government to disclose how much of the money allocated to its flagship high street revival scheme has been spent.
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The City of London Corporation planner wields huge influence, but fears that the status of the profession as a whole is waning, says Ben Kochan .
Compulsory neighbourhood plans and the abolition of the community infrastructure levy are on the cards if Labour comes to power, its shadow communities minister tells John Geoghegan .
Proactive planning has a critical part to play in improving the quality of England's public realm, says the architect and planner asked by the government to review built environment policy.
Boroughs that threaten to hold up the London mayor's pursuit of his jobs and housing targets will find him increasingly willing to intervene on behalf of applicants, his deputy for planning tells Richard Garlick .
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