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The future of a proposed spatial framework for the Sheffield city-region looks uncertain after the member councils today failed to agree a plan to progress work on what powers the sub-region's proposed elected mayor would possess.
Plans to build a marina and more than 1,000 homes in an East Sussex seaside town have been unveiled by developers.
Plans have been submitted for an 115,200 square metre 'science hub' on an industrial park at Harlow in Essex.
A planning inspector has approved plans for the mixed-use redevelopment of a ferry terminal on the Isle of Wight, including the provision of 100 homes, after concluding that the scheme would not prejudice the island's 'existing and future economy'.
At very short notice I have been asked to assist the British Overseas Territories (OTs) of Anguilla, British Virgin Islands (BVI), and Turks and Caicos Islands (TCI) with recovery planning post-Hurricane Irma.
The Department for International Trade's (DIT) evident pride in 'record levels of inward investment' to the UK in 2016-17 obscures some important trends.
With all local leadership teams desperate to attract and retain high growth companies in their area, the May publications of the London Stock Exchange Group's (LSEG) "1000 companies to inspire Britain", and the "EY UK Attractiveness Survey 2017" are well worth a read.
- BUILDINGS FOR MISSION SECRETARY The Church of England Diocese of Durham Durham (City/Town)
- Head of Planning Selby District Council Selby, North Yorkshire
- Senior & Principal Planning Officers Brent Council Aylesbury
- Manager for Development Management Bedford Borough Council Located in the Oxford-Cambridge corridor
- Transport Planners/Senior Transport Planners x 2 City of London London (Central), London (Greater)
Local authorities seeking to promote changes to plans for the second phase of the HS2 rail link will have to invest significant time and resources to argue their case, according to infrastructure planning experts.
News that England's 'fastest-shrinking' district is proposing a housing target of 133 homes a year in its draft planning blueprint, despite latest official projections suggesting a loss of households over the plan period, features in the latest instalment of Local Plan Watch.
In the final of a series of columns on the metro mayoral elections, Douglas Johnson, account director at public relations consultancy Newgate Communications, examines how councils and applicants should adapt their approach in light of the winning candidates.Sponsored Content in association with Newgate Communications
With the new metro mayors taking office, Bryan Johnston explores the implications of their elections for planning.
Six significant new planning figures were created by last week's elections for city regional mayors.
With the housing white paper and the industrial strategy green paper, government set out clear strategic expectations on local government in general and planning services in particular.
I recently contributed to a workshop where the Local Authority Chief Executive opened proceedings by posing a place making challenge in these terms.
Removing the barriers created by borders has been a fundamental part of the European Union's work.