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Back to basics: acquiring land compulsorily by way of a GVD

United Kingdom - May 31 2019 Current crises in housing and in town centres have placed greater emphasis on the role that local authorities can and should play in compulsorily...

Julia McKeown.

It’ll take a long time to get quicker - how PINS is planning to change the inquiries process (slowly)

United Kingdom - May 15 2019 On 14 May 2019, the Planning Inspectorate published its Inquiries Review Action Plan to explain how it intends to implement the recommendations of...

Heathrow expansion given the green light after the High Court concludes Airport NPS is not flawed by legal error

United Kingdom - May 1 2019 Campaigners trying to block the expansion of Heathrow Airport have failed in their bid to persuade the High Court that the Government’s decision to...

Lisa Bazalo, Catherine Howard.

Does the Secretary of State’s failure to give reasons on call-in decisions leave us all in the dark?

United Kingdom - April 1 2019 Last week, the Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government (“SoS”), James Brokenshire MP, published a written statement in which...

Back to Basics: Housing Need and Delivery

United Kingdom, European Union - January 23 2019 From 25 January 2019 (although see here for our commentary on the ambiguity surrounding the actual date), local planning authorities must use the new...