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Planning Portal News: 7 July 2016

by on July 8, 2016

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Clark rejects out-of-centre Exeter district retail scheme
Plans for the 17,000 square metre Moor Exchange development have been refused by the Secretary of State, largely because of its impact on Exeter’s city centre…

Manchester skyscraper scheme approved
City council planners have given the green light for the Owen Street development in Manchester city centre which includes a 200 metre tower that is set to become the tallest building outside of London…

Rise in new home approvals in neighbourhood plan areas
New report highlights that Clark has approved 2,530 new homes in neighbourhood plan areas using his recovery powers, 2,214 more than his predecessor…

Residential development allowed in Hertfordshire green belt
Clark approves proposals for 129 houses at Bricket Wood, originally refused by St Albans City and District Council…

Revamp for Welsh planning law mooted
Law Commission launches consultation on Welsh planning in a bid to create clearer, simpler and more modern law…

Planning round-up 7 July 2016
– Milton Keynes 2050 vision
– Lincolnshire Lakes development mooted as a ‘Garden City’
– Latest stats on home approvals
– Local plan round-up
– Airport capacity decision delayed
– Energy developments
– Green belt mock Tudor castle planning saga ends
– And more stories…

 

Roger Milne

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