Report calls for new use classes and planning guidance to support waterways development

The government should develop more flexible planning use classes and introduce new guidance to support "unusual uses" such as floating homes and lidos, a report examining ways to improve London's waterways has recommended.

by Michael Donnelly
The Regent's Canal in north London (pic: Uri Baruchin, Flickr)
The Regent's Canal in north London (pic: Uri Baruchin, Flickr)

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