The Department for Communities and Local Government has updated the Planning Practice Guidance website with regard to the recovery of appeals.
- Major Projects Planner Bassetlaw District Council Worksop, Nottinghamshire
- Planning Development Manager Bassetlaw District Council Nottinghamshire
- Northern Arc Strategic Development Manager Mid Sussex District Council Haywards Heath, West Sussex
- Planning Director, London JSM Associates London
- Planning Director JSM Associates London
Planning's essential briefing on the key changes in the final revised National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF).
How the NPPF revisions would change the system, Part 5: the presumption in favour of sustainable development
In the latest of a series of briefings on the final revised National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF), we look at the updated presumption in favour of sustainable development and examine responses from the sector.
The government is to 'strengthen' planning guidance to encourage new affordable homes 'to be designed to the same high quality as other tenures and well integrated within developments', according to its social housing green paper, published today.
In the latest of a series of briefings on the final revised National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF), we look at its policies on design standards and examine responses from key sector organisations.
The recently revised National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) introduces the new concept of 'entry-level exception sites' into planning.
The housing secretary's forceful criticism of the emerging London Plan may delay the draft strategy's progress, observers fear.
While new policy support for the logistics sector has been welcomed, economic development observers are concerned that employment objectives have been diluted in last month's revised National Planning Policy Framework.
Changes to national planning policy on viability assessments are likely to turn up the heat on applicants and strengthen the hand of local authorities, say observers.
A judge has clarified when a proposed home should be seen as too remote, writes Lachlan Robertson.
The government has published guidance providing further details on viability assessments following last year's proposals to speed up the process by dropping the need for an assessment under certain circumstances.
A principle aiming to protect night-time venues is set to receive greater emphasis in planning, says Michael Dempsey.