The Planning Inspectorate's (PINS') response to a review of the appeal inquiry process reveals it is considering fines for parties who submit evidence late. However, the economist who led the review highlights challenges for PINS in implementing her suggestions.
The Planning Inspectorate (PINS) has said it is committed to meeting new appeals determination targets set by the Rosewell review of planning appeal inquiries but warned that "a sizeable transition period is likely to be needed" before all of the review's recommendations can be adopted.
The 'huge mismatch' between the ethnic diversity of the UK population and their representation in the built environment sector could cause resistance to new development, the National Planning Summit has been told.
- Principal Planning Consultant (Policy) Capita Manchester/Salford (North West) or Breckland or North Tyneside or Barnet (North London)
- Planning Specialists - Development Management Lewis Davey Taunton, Somerset West
- Planning Officer Plymouth City Council Plymouth, Devon
- Principal Major Developments Officer Welwyn Hatfield Borough Council Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire
- Senior Planning Enforcement Officer London Borough of Lambeth Lambeth, London (Greater)