Updated Planning Practice Guidance (PPG)
Latest news and analysis on the new sections of the government's Planning Practice Guidance (PPG).
Six things you need to know about new sections of the government's Planning Practice Guidance (PPG) that were published last week.
BUDGET 2018: Ministers may sign off compulsory purchase orders (CPOs) to help deliver new towns where proposals are not 'fully worked up', according to draft guidance on the use of such powers by development corporations.
Planners should ignore the latest household growth projections when assessing their housing need and instead use the figures published two years ago, the government has announced in its much-anticipated proposed changes to its new standard method.
Only two per cent of councils report that developments in their area meet their local plan affordable housing targets all of the time, according to a new report by the Town and Country Planning Association (TCPA).
The government's latest changes to its viability assessment guidance will have the effect of 'suppressing the land market', the Planning for Housing conference was told yesterday.
New projections give 'overnight' housing land supply boost to councils with out-of-date plans, say consultants
New household projections that project a much lower rate of growth than previously expected has meant some authorities without an up-to-date local plan now meet the required five-year housing land supply, consultants have said.
A new procedure aimed at reducing arguments over housing land supply pipelines will see limited take-up and need time to produce results, experts predict.
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