Plans for more than 1,000 homes and 300,000 square metres of business space in East London's Royal Docks have been given the green light.
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- Principal Planning Enforcement Officer (Post 10.010) Guildford Borough Council Surrey / Guildford, Surrey
- Associate Development Planner URS Infrastructure & Environment UK Ltd London (Greater) / Basingstoke, Hampshire
- Principal Retail Planner URS Infrastructure & Environment UK Ltd London (Greater)
- Associate Housing Specialist URS Infrastructure & Environment UK Ltd London (Greater)
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- Head of Rural Development & Rural Planning Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park Balloch, Highland
- Principal Development Control Officer (Fixed Term for 12 months) North Lincolnshire Council Scunthorpe, Yorkshire and the Humber
- Planning Officer Warwickshire County Council Warwickshire
- Assistant Transport Planner Oxfordshire County Council Oxfordshire
Development near sensitive wildlife areas can be enabled by pooling developer contributions across council boundaries to fund mitigation. But some authorities struggle to collaborate on the issue, reports Catherine Early.
A series of growth deals is set to shape the use of government funding for local development, David Marlow reports.
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