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DCLG defends delay over 100 Staffordshire homes decision

DCLG defends delay over 100 Staffordshire homes decision

The Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) has defended a delay to a secretary of state decision related to a housing development at the village of Rolleston on Dove in Staffordshire, saying the case 'raises complex issues' between the interaction of emerging neighbourhood and local plans.

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Policy Summary - Authorities invited to apply as housing zones go nationwide

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Losing low-cost homes - Five things we've learned

Losing low-cost homes - Five things we've learned

The initial wave of appeal decisions under a government regime that allows developers to challenge affordable housing obligations contains some pointers on how the system is shaping up. Roy Pinnock reports on progress to date.

Briefing: Licensing round signals start of onshore oil and gas race

Briefing: Licensing round signals start of onshore oil and gas race

Ministers are seeking to dovetail licensing and planning processes for the oil and gas industry, Kevin Gibbs reports.

How we did it: Securing poll backing for localism process

How we did it: Securing poll backing for localism process

A Cumbrian town has won public support for its plans to use localism powers in regenerating its centre. Catherine Early reports.


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