The Department for Communities and Local Government has updated the Planning Practice Guidance website with regard to the recovery of appeals.
- Principal Urban Designer / Landscape Officer Swale Borough Council Swale, Kent
- Principal Planning Officer - Spatial Planning Swale Borough Council Swale, Kent
- 2 X Planning Officer / Senior Planning Officers – Development Management Swale Borough Council Swale, Kent
- Spatial Planning Manager Lewis Davey CB Civic Centre, Wembley Park, London (Central)
- Planner/Senior Planner Turley Reading, Berkshire
The emerging London Plan should be amended to remove minimum space requirements for co-living units and "micro-homes" in order to help the capital become "a denser, more liveable city", a report by free market think-tank the Adam Smith Institute has recommended.
London needs a "strong and ambitious" London Plan to manage the high level of growth the city is facing, the deputy mayor for planning said yesterday at the opening of the examination of the capital's overarching spatial strategy.
Isle of Wight Council has agreed plans to revoke planning permissions from developers where there has been no "visible" activity on sites two years after consent was granted.
Almost all local authorities report that the quality of planning application submissions for sustainable drainage systems (SuDS) are either "inadequate" or "mixed", according to a survey by two built environment professional bodies.
The government introduced a series of new viability requirements in the National Planning Policy Framework and Planning Practice Guidance earlier this year. Five months on, what impact has there been on the ground, asks Adam Branson.
Research shows that half of the local plans submitted since the new National Planning Policy Framework was published last July are planning for fewer homes than the proposed new standard method of assessing housing need would require.
What opportunities and challenges would a proposed new permitted development right allowing new housing via upwards extensions present for applicants and authorities, Stuart Watson asks.
This year is set to see further significant changes to the planning system, after a flurry of activity in 2018, says David Dewar.
National policy sets out key steps for councils to take in order to prove the need for green belt changes, says Andy Meader.
The government's new definition of housing site 'deliverability' introduces a tough test for councils and developers, says Mike Kiely.
The government's approach to build-to-rent homes provides opportunities to help boost housing delivery, says Melanie Leech.