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Brexit: Three implications of political fallout following leave vote

Brexit: Three implications of political fallout following leave vote

Three potential planning-related implications of Prime Minister David Cameron's decision to stand down in the wake of last week's EU referendum vote, including fresh uncertainty for plans for a third runway at Heathrow.

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Brexit live: rolling coverage of key developments

Brexit live: rolling coverage of key developments

Planning's rolling coverage of the aftermath of last week's vote to leave the European Union, including questions over the future of the Hinkley Point project and emerging details of the candidates set to fight for the leadership of the Conservative Party.

Aerodrome site proposals could provide 2,600 houses for Surrey council

Aerodrome site proposals could provide 2,600 houses for Surrey council

A proposed new settlement on an aerodrome site could deliver a quarter of the homes a Surrey council needs up to 2032, under draft local plan proposals.

London mayor urged to give councils final say on controversial scheme

London mayor urged to give councils final say on controversial scheme

The new mayor of London is under pressure to return the decision over approval of the controversial Bishopsgate Goodsyard scheme to the local councils involved.

Aberdeen FC starts approval process for £40m stadium development

Aberdeen FC starts approval process for £40m stadium development

Aberdeen Football Club has confirmed its intention to seek permission to build modern facilities that will deliver 'wider economic and social benefits to the city and region'.


The Planning & Placemaking Awards: The Winners

The Planning & Placemaking Awards: The Winners

We reveal the cream of the crop from this year's Planning & Placemaking Awards. By Mark Wilding.

How we did it: Winning support for a wind power scheme

How we did it: Winning support for a wind power scheme

Public engagement proved the key to securing government approval for a Yorkshire wind turbine scheme, finds David Dewar.

Neighbourhood plan exemplifies positive planning, by Richard Garlick

Neighbourhood plan exemplifies positive planning, by Richard Garlick

This week saw more than 300 guests gather in central London for the presentation of the Planning and Placemaking Awards.

Policy Briefing: Government consults on Starter Homes regulations

Policy Briefing: Government consults on Starter Homes regulations

The Starter Homes quota will increase uncertainty over the extent and mix of affordable provision, says Richard Harding.

Legal Viewpoint: Momentum builds to ease access to telecoms sites

Legal Viewpoint: Momentum builds to ease access to telecoms sites

One of the more contentious proposals in the Queen's Speech was the government's shake-up of the market for provision of telecommunications apparatus.

How to plan a metropolis, by Cliff Hague

How to plan a metropolis, by Cliff Hague

Globally, metropolitan areas pose a dilemma for planners and policy-makers. The spread of urban growth across local government boundaries is a pervasive phenomenon.

Why a Kent council is proposing a cut to its housing target

Why a Kent council is proposing a cut to its housing target

A council no longer identified as a national growth area is proposing a big cut to its local plan housing target, but observers expect the approach to be rigorously tested at examination.

How London is lagging on neighbourhood plan preparation

How London is lagging on neighbourhood plan preparation

A lack of pre-existing parish councils in London, the city's transient population and multiple existing planning documents have led to slow progress on neighbourhood planning in the capital, according to experts.

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