Election 2015

All the latest news and analysis on what the 2015 general election means for planning.

Latest Election News & Analysis

What Greg Clark's appointment as communities secretary means for planning

What Greg Clark's appointment as communities secretary means for planning

Greg Clark's replacement of Eric Pickles in the cabinet is likely to consolidate localism and leave a question mark over strategic planning, commentators have claimed.

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Election Previews

Election review - What we learned

Election review - What we learned

Now the dust has settled on the election, the sector is in a position to review what it meant for the planning process, writes Susie Sell.

Election preview: Infrastructure

Election preview: Infrastructure

In the third of Planning's general election previews, Jim Dunton looks at what the main English parties have pledged on infrastructure.

Election preview: Housing

Election preview: Housing

In the first of a series of Planning general election previews, Susie Sell looks at the housing policies of the main English parties.

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Election preview: Regeneration

Election preview: Regeneration

In the second of Planning's general election previews, Susie Sell reviews the main English parties' pledges on regeneration.

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Sponsored content: Election 2015 - What now for planning policy?

In the last of his columns on the general election, Stephen Byfield of communications consultancy PPS Group looks at what the result means for the future of planning.

Liberal Democrats - planning for coalition

In his regular column ahead of the general election, Stephen Byfield of communications consultancy PPS Group focuses this month on the planning policies proposed by the Liberal Democrats.

Labour's planning and housebuilding vision

In his regular column ahead of the general election, Stephen Byfield of communications consultancy PPS Group focuses this month on the planning policies proposed by the Labour Party.

A Conservative approach to planning

In a new monthly column, Stephen Byfield of communications consultancy PPS Group, will cast an eye on the planning policies of the main political parties in the build-up to the general election. This week he shines a light on the Conservative Party.

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