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Planning Portal News: 16 June 2016

by on June 17, 2016

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Clark blocks Ipswich affordable homes scheme over ‘inclusivity’ issues
Communities Secretary refuses Ravenswood development on the basis that it conflicts with national policy “to create inclusive and mixed communities”…

MPs criticise government’s flooding strategy
Environment audit committee report urges the government to take a more proactive approach to managing flood risk…

Ministers insist new bill won’t curtail archaeological activity
Petition sparked by fears that the neighbourhood planning and infrastructure bill will curtail the use of planning conditions requiring archaeological surveys…

Future of Welsh planning outlined by minister
Speaking at the RTPI Cymru, Welsh planning minister Lesley Griffiths set out her vision for the Welsh planning system…

Liverpool unveils ambitious life and medical sciences campus project
Liverpool mayor announces flagship development scheme that could create up to 10,000 jobs…

Planning round-up 16 June 2016
– Dark skies
– Leeds housing allowed on appeal
– Report calls for older person priorities in local plans
– Think-tank talks up the economic contribution of small and medium-sized towns and cities
– Oxfordshire and Kent local plan developments
– Wolverhampton station development
– And more stories…


Roger Milne

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