Conservatives 2015: what we learned about changes to infrastructure planning and 'automatic consent for brownfield sites'

Measures to ease planning rules on brownfield sites and the creation of a body to assess the nation's infrastructure needs were key elements of a plan to encourage development announced at the Conservative Party conference in Manchester this week.

by Jamie Carpenter
Infrastructure: chancellor launches commission to assess need for facilities to support housing development
Infrastructure: chancellor launches commission to assess need for facilities to support housing development

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