News and in-depth analysis of town planning changes, significant decisions and appeals, housing, retail, town centres and economic development in Wales.
The Welsh government has issued a call for evidence to inform the development of policies and details of projects in the devolved nation's new National Development Framework (NDF).
Plans for a major transport interchange close to Cardiff's central railway station, including 14 bus stands and nearly 200 flats, have been submitted to City of Cardiff Council.
The Scottish and Welsh governments have launched consultations on plans to bring their systems into line with a new EIA directive, but details on how the rules will change in England remain unclear.
The Welsh Assembly elections have raised concerns that implementation of the principality's recent planning legislation could be more protracted than expected.
Newport City Council's approach to gauging its housing land supply shows that the Welsh system has much to recommend it. David Dewar reports.
The Welsh capital has adopted its local plan two decades after the last development strategy was put in place. Susie Sell reports.