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Electronic Planning Applications soar past 200,000 in 2010

by on January 20, 2011

Despite the gloomy outlook or perhaps because of it the total number of electronic planning applications soared again in 2010.
There were in total 229,065 planning applications submitted via The Planning Portal compared with 160,825 in 2009 an increase of 42%.
The graph below illustrates the year on year growth of electronic planning application submissions which in addition to the obvious economic benefits also delivers close to 3,000 tonnes of CO2 savings.

Stats by Dan the Statsman

One Comment
  1. Great to see evidence of real progress towards a low carbon economy!

    Many people and enterprises talk about it a lot – good to see some action…

    Simon
    Betternest

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