In This Issue
In the Latest Issue: 1 Nov - 15 Nov
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- Cause for celebration? Pub ruling reinforces status of community asset listings.
- Planners helping the high street: Woking Borough Council's Jeni Jackson and others on how they have responded to the rise in online and out-of-town shopping.
- How We Did It: How an East London enforcement team deals with illegal occupation in the private sector.
- Sir Peter Hall: Beware the rise of meritocracy
- Diary: Boles calls for "monstering" charter
- Plus, Alex Morton, "The idea that we need more planning control to improve design quality is simply wrong".
Did a desire to manipulate the planning process cause Cheshire air quality data to be doctored, asks Catherine Early.
What lessons can be drawn from how the Proceeds of Crime Act has been used to prosecute planning breaches, Mark Wilding asks.
A performance agreement helped secure prompt permission for a Salford regeneration scheme. David Dewar reports.
The growth of a new type of rented housing in which occupiers share amenity space to cut costs could have major implications for planning. John Geoghegan reports.
- Senior Urban Design Officer Guildford Borough Council Guildford, Surrey
- Senior Planning Policy Officer South Oxfordshire District Council & Vale of White Horse District Council Oxfordshire
- 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