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Did a desire to manipulate the planning process cause Cheshire air quality data to be doctored, asks Catherine Early.

How councils are using proceeds of crime legislation to tackle planning breaches

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What lessons can be drawn from how the Proceeds of Crime Act has been used to prosecute planning breaches, Mark Wilding asks.

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A performance agreement helped secure prompt permission for a Salford regeneration scheme. David Dewar reports.

How the rise of a new form of rented accommodation could affect planning

How the rise of a new form of rented accommodation could affect planning

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.


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