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Planning Market Insight Report: application submissions fall below 60,000 for the second time this year

by on September 15, 2021

The September Market Insight Report reveals that for the second time this year, application submissions have fallen below 60,000.

  • 55,686 applications were submitted in August 2021.
  • This is 6,907 applications less than July 2021.
  • London and the South East see the largest reduction in application submissions throughout August. 

This month’s features

Building Control: the state of the nation
There are daily reports on the reduced availability of materials for projects which is driving build prices up considerably. LABC discuss material shortages and what their members have experienced throughout the pandemic. 

An unprecedented period in planning
Tilia Homes (previously known as Kier Living) provide their experiences in housebuilding and working with planning officers during the pandemic and insight on digital planning and the government’s future of planning proposals.

Also included:

This month’s issue also includes analysis on the regional breakdown of application submissions, a national overview from the last five years and an in-depth dive on applications by type and application fees. 

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