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Planning news – 15 March 2018

by on March 16, 2018

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English cities regeneration fund doubles in size
The English Cities Fund has announced that it will double its investment in English towns and cities to £200 million as it looks to deliver five schemes that have a total value of £1.6 billion.
Laura Edgar, The Planner

Khan announces £24m funding for community regeneration
Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has awarded £24 million from his Good Growth Fund to help projects across the capital to enable local people to take an active role in the regeneration of their communities.
Laura Edgar, The Planner

New student village scheme mooted for Swansea waterfront
Specialist developer Crown Student Living has unveiled outline proposals for a 15-storey student village in Swansea Docks, involving 620 bed spaces, a cinema and associated communal facilities.
Roger Milne, The Planner

Search for England’s forgotten memorials
Historic England has launched ‘Immortalised’ – a project asking the public to share its knowledge of local monuments, street shrines and community tributes in public places.
Laura Edgar, The Planner

Increasing council tax on second homes in Yorkshire voted down
A proposal to increase council tax on second homes in the Yorkshire Dales National Park (YDNP) ‘has in effect been killed off’, said its chairman.
Laura Edgar, The Planner

Report: Safety fears tend to forestall women’s journeys in cities
Walking and cycling charity Sustrans has called for equal representation in transport planning and delivery to help address the low number of women who travel actively in the UK.
Laura Edgar, The Planner

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