SevenCapital has been given the go ahead for its scheme that will transform part of Digbeth into a major residential development.
Government proposals that use blanket planning permissions, or permitted development rights, to bypass local scrutiny to deliver housing in England put quality and affordability at risk, it is claimed.
The number of homes granted planning permission in England rose by two per cent in the year to the end of September, rising to 359,500.
Planning in England has been reduced to a chaotic patchwork of responsibilities which has led to a complete lack of confidence from the public in terms of what is being built, according to a new review of the system.
New research from The Strategic Land Group (SLG) has raised questions around the ability of North West councils to meet housing targets without using Green Belt land.
City of Wolverhampton Council has approved plans for Countryside to build hundreds of homes at Bilston Urban Village.
Beal Homes has has been given planning permission for a £60m residential development in Lincolnshire.
Plans to build a new skyscraper which would rival Sheffield’s tallest building have been granted outline planning permission.
Outline plans for up to 3,000 new homes and two primary schools have been approved by Northampton Borough Council.
Phasing plan of the urban extension at Dallington Grange, Mill Lane, Kingsthorpe.
The government has launched a consultation that asks whether local communities must be consulted on shale gas proposals in England before submitting a planning application.
Shopping mall owners on Tuesday said the Chancellor’s move to reduce planning restrictions around combining retail and residential properties will be good for businesses.
Plans to build 73 homes alongside the River Trent in Nottingham have been given the green light by the City Council
North East Lincolnshire Council’s cabinet have approved plans for a new £2.6m, 106-acre business park.
Birmingham will get £165m to build more than 5,000 homes for the Commonwealth Games under plans set to be announced at the Conservative conference today.
Plans for a new rural business park on the outskirts of Settle in North Yorkshire have been approved.
The IPPR’s call to freeze land prices is right – but it will take more than a tweak of land supply mechanics to fix the mess
Thinktank identifies issue as the driving force behind the UK’s broken housing market
Chorley Council has recommended to approve planning for the major redevelopment of FI Real Estate Management’s Botany Bay site to create the North West’s brand new outlet shopping destination.
Reviewing green belt boundaries as part of the local plan process should only take place in exceptional circumstances – but this ‘strategic shrinking’ of the green belt is as ‘harmful’ as building on it, according to the Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE).
The countryside should not be up for speculative land grab – we need clear rules about which areas are open for development
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