The Department for Communities and Local Government has updated the Planning Practice Guidance website with regard to the recovery of appeals.
- Senior Planner (Development Management) Richmond and Wandsworth Councils Richmond upon Thames, London (Greater)
- Planner (Development Management)- Wandsworth Richmond and Wandsworth Councils Wandsworth, London (Greater)
- Planner (Development Management)- Richmond and Wandsworth Councils Twickenham, London (Greater)
- Planner London Borough of Bromley Bromley
- Head of Development Horsham District Council Horsham, West Sussex
Ten of the biggest stories from the past week, including news that campaigners have secured a date at the High Court to seek to overturn a council's resolution to grant consent for a 1,800-home development on a 248-hectare aerodrome site in Surrey.
Almost two-thirds of councils say the National Planning Policy Framework's (NPPF's) viability test has thwarted their ability to secure adequate affordable housing for their area, according to a new survey.2 comments
In a landmark judgment, the Supreme Court has ruled that the absence of a five-year supply of deliverable sites should render out of date only those policies dealing with the numbers and distribution of housing and not those which seek to restrict housing.
An inspector has refused a proposal for over 200 homes on a greenfield site separating two settlements in Leicestershire, on the grounds that its adverse impacts would 'significantly and demonstrably' outweigh its benefits.
The Supreme Court's first judgment on the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) has rejected a broad approach to the meaning of paragraph 49, which states that "relevant policies for the supply of housing" should not be considered up to date where a council cannot show a five-year supply.
Paragraph 49 of the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) says that "relevant policies for the supply of housing should not be considered up-to-date if the local planning authority cannot demonstrate a five-year supply of deliverable housing sites".
He is not yet a year into the job, but planning minister Gavin Barwell's continued occupation of the role has been thrown into doubt by next month's general election. Joey Gardiner looks at his impact so far and what a possible departure could mean.
Prime Minister Theresa May's decision to call a snap general election could see changes to timetables for the implementation of key changes to the planning system, according to experts.
Government proposals to strengthen build to rent should provide certainty for councils and developers, says Kathryn Hampton.
With air pollution receiving greater attention, planners need to give increasing consideration to the issue, says Justine Thornton QC.
Policy: Proposals to Amend Neighbourhood Planning and Design Policies in the Housing White Paper.