MIPIM 2014

How we did it: Boosting vitality through pop-up lettings

A business-led initiative in north London is meeting demand for space while revitalising high streets. Ben Kochan reports

MIPIM 2014 news

Don't 'jettison' current planning rules that work for development, Tory mayor urges ministers

West Midlands Conservative mayor Andy Street has revealed he is a "sceptic" about the government's proposed planning white paper shake-up and has defended the current system, saying it has benefited his area in ways that the proposals could jeopardise.

Coronavirus: Planning's live coverage

With the coronavirus likely to have far-reaching impacts on the planning system, click through to keep up to date with all the latest planning-related news on the crisis.

Coronavirus: MIPIM 2020 event formally axed

This year's MIPIM property conference in France has been formally cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic, its organisers have confirmed.

10 key things that happened this week

Ten of the biggest stories from the past week, including news that a developer has failed in a High Court bid to avoid paying the entire community infrastructure levy (CIL) bill for its 81-home scheme in Somerset in one go, after a judge rejected its argument that it was entitled to pay only for the scheme's first phase that had commenced development.