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A High Court judge has thrown out a landowner's attempt to get a Kent council's local plan declared unsound over its safeguarding of a former factory site for a new train depot, according to the authority.
Local authorities in Wales would no longer be required to demonstrate a five-year housing land supply under plans being considered by the Welsh Government.
The housing ministry has clarified that the secretary of state is considering whether to approve the troubled South Oxfordshire local plan himself after the council's chief executive wrote to the department to raise concerns about the long-emerging document being "placed on hold" by the minister's intervention.
A Surrey council has adopted a development management plan that removes nine sites from the green belt to allocate land for 845 new homes.
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Bringing together site promoters and local residents was key to East Hampshire District Council's speedy large sites consultation, writes Mark Wilding.
A Surrey council's announcement that, following a review of its five-year-old local plan, it had decided that none of the policies needed updating has prompted concerns in the development sector about a potential 'loophole' in national policy and guidance.
A planning inspector last week told a development corporation driving a huge London regeneration project to cut a key site from its plan for the area. But the corporation and the landowner are at loggerheads over how the inspector's recommendation will impact on the site's development.
Local authorities threatened with legal action by an environmental campaign group if their local plan policies fail to meet carbon reduction laws warn that, in some cases, meeting such objectives may delay their plan production or restrict their ability to meet their housing requirement.