Neighbourhood Watch: South Bank plan adopted and Cheshire homes refused

News that a cross-boundary business neighbourhood plan has been adopted in one of central London's busiest tourist destinations, and that 184 homes proposed in Cheshire have been blocked on the basis of conflict with a local and neighbourhood plan, feature in our latest neighbourhood planning round-up.

by Mark Wilding
London's South Bank: cross-boundary neighbourhood plan adopted (Image: Flickr / Adrian Scottow)
London's South Bank: cross-boundary neighbourhood plan adopted (Image: Flickr / Adrian Scottow)

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