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Planning news – 8 March 2018

by on March 9, 2018

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Stansted submits plans to raise passenger cap
London Stansted Airport has submitted to Uttlesford District Council a planning application seeking to raise the current cap on passengers by eight million a year.
Laura Edgar, The Planner

Khan calls in Hounslow development
The Mayor of London has called in a 427-home development on the Citroen Site on Capital Interchange Way, Brentford.
Laura Edgar, The Planner

Development partner announced for new Hampshire garden town
Basingstoke and Dean Borough Council and Hampshire County Council has chosen master developer Urban&Civic, partnered with the Wellcome Trust, to deliver their plans for the first phase of Manydown.
Laura Edgar, The Planner

Khan’s transport strategy to be published in ‘coming weeks’
The Mayor of London has presented his Transport Strategy to the London Assembly, as he looks to improve transport across the city.
Laura Edgar, The Planner

Agreement on Cardiff Capital Region City Deal business plan
A five-year strategic business plan to leverage maximum economic and social benefits from the £1.2 billion Cardiff Capital Region (CCR) City Deal fund has been formally agreed by the entity’s cabinet.
Roger Milne, The Planner

Appeals round-up
A round-up of planning appeals

  • Special circumstances unproven for green belt granny annexe
  • 56-home scheme ‘incompatible with industrial park’
  • 13-storey student accommodation block allowed in conservation area
  • 43-home Aldershot regeneration scheme would harm heritage assets
  • Javid approves 504 homes across seven applications in West Sussex
    Matt Moody, The Planner


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