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Harrogate council has welcomed the Government’s decision to turn down an appeal by the Duchy of Lancaster regarding plans to build 165 new houses.
Councils have ramped up their calls for the DCLG to meet its commitment to allow them to increase planning fees.
A record 42,000 planning applications for housing in London was submitted in the first half of 2017, but the capital is still struggling to convert these into finished properties, campaigners say.
New developments on public land in London will have to provide at least 50% affordable housing to benefit from faster planning rules, the mayor has announced.
Costly Section 106 agreements are pricing some developers out of the market, according to the peer-to-peer lending website Lendy.
A judge has rejected a council’s bid to overturn an inspector’s decision that it should withdraw its Strategic Local Plan (SLP).
Only 16% of new houses built on Green Belt land since 2009 outside of local plans were classed as ‘affordable’, research from the Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE) has revealed.
Christopher Brigstocke explores how councils can use a Development Rights Auction Model (DRAM) to unlock development.
New research suggests there is a ‘massive shortfall’ in the number of planning permissions granted in areas of England where housing need is highest.
Salford’s £30m ‘historic’ garden has been given the go ahead by the Government after concerns were raised about locating it on the green belt.