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Planning news – 3 December 2020

by on December 4, 2020

More than 2,000 homes approved in Coventry
Coventry City Council has granted outline planning permission for a residential development of up to 2,400 homes, including extra-care accommodation, which will be located on the 350-acre Eastern Green site.
Laura Edgar, The Planner

Stonehenge DCO approval could face legal action
The lawfulness of the decision by transport secretary Grant Shapps to grant a development consent order (DCO) for a dual carriageway for the A303 between Amesbury and Berwick Down in Wiltshire past Stonehenge World Heritage Site is to be investigated.
Laura Edgar, The Planner

Outline consent for industrial development granted
Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council has granted – with conditions – planning permission for up to 67,036 square metres of employment floor space including up to 5,088 square metres of ancillary office floor space, an HGV fuelling station and lorry-washing facilities at land off Cumwell Lane, Hellaby.
Laura Edgar, The Planner

Design champions on board for major infrastructure schemes
All major infrastructure projects will have a design champion at board level by the end of next year, the government has announced.
Huw Morris, The Planner

Digital consultation informs Southampton Mayflower regeneration
An outline planning application has been submitted for a major mid-use and leisure regeneration scheme in Southampton’s Mayflower Quarter following an extensive digital consultation.
Huw Morris, The Planner

News round-up
• Potential for 2,000 rooftop extensions in Southwark, research suggests
• Views sought on next steps for the Dacorum Local Plan
• Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation appoints CEO
• Feltham Magistrates’ court to be redeveloped
• 74 homes approved in Bristol
Laura Edgar, The Planner

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