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The City of London’s tallest building gets the go ahead

United Kingdom - April 8 2016 In a rare decision, the City of London has resolved to use its powers under s237 of the Town and Country Planning Act to allow the development of 22…

Co-authors: Danielle Drummond-Brassington.

Planning for change: consultation on planning reforms in the Housing and Planning Bill

United Kingdom - February 22 2016 The Housing and Planning Bill, published in October 2015, sets out a wide-ranging series of reforms to the planning system as part of the…

Co-authors: Stephen McNaught, Clare Barras.

New Housing and Planning Bill promises to reform the planning system in England

United Kingdom - October 16 2015 The long-awaited Housing and Planning Bill has been published and looks set to shake up the planning system as part of the Government's commitment to…

Co-authors: Clare Barras.

Government announces office to residential permitted development rights are here to stay

United Kingdom - October 14 2015 The Government has this week set aside speculation around the expiry of office to residential permitted development rights by confirming that they…

Simplifying the making of local plans: a call for evidence

United Kingdom - October 13 2015 Last month the Government launched a new planning expert panel to consider how to simplify the making of local plans. The Local Plans Expert Group…

Co-authors: Clare Barras.

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