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A "floating modular homes development" could form part of revived proposals for a tidal energy lagoon in Swansea Bay, a report assessing options for the future of the project has said.
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Transport for London's (TfL) planning chief has said that housing numbers in the Old Kent Road area of south London should be capped at a number under half of that proposed in a planning framework for the locality until the proposed extension of the Bakerloo underground line can be delivered.
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Reports that a council has been labelled "laughable, ludicrous and short-sighted" after it attempted to force a small museum to destroy "a Doctor Who Dalek shelter because it did not have planning permission" feature in today's newspaper round-up.
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Ministers have rejected an emerging spatial plan for Edinburgh and south east Scotland, on grounds including that the draft document was not supported by an adequate transport appraisal and did not "properly acknowledge and address the region's infrastructure constraints".
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The London Borough of Havering has created a design review panel to advise planning officers and members on planning applications.
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The Planning Inspectorate's response to a review on improving the appeal inquiry process reveals that it is considering fines for parties who submit evidence late. However, the economist who led the review highlights several challenges for PINS in implementing her suggestions.
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We spoke to independent inquiries review chair Bridget Rosewell about her thoughts on the new Planning Inspectorate (PINS) action plan
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Plans have been submitted for up to 930 homes as part of the development of a new settlement in Devon.
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Plans for 3.5km bypass in Hampshire intended to boost the local economy and ease congestion have been approved by transport secretary Chris Grayling after a public inquiry last year.
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London mayor Sadiq Khan has claimed plans for an incinerator in Bexley are in conflict with national planning policy and has called on the government to refuse permission for the project.
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