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Plans for The Avenue site revealed

North East Derbyshire Council has made a presentation of its plans for The Avenue site.
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lockedDeal unlocks huge riverside scheme

A deal between a housing association and developer has unlocked a huge stalled riverside scheme.
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Riverside East office nears completion

Clyde Gateway has been showing the new Police Scotland HQ which has been built following remediation and reclamation works in the Dalmarnock area.
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Guildford reviews plan on green belt grounds

The Borough Council has decided to reassess green belt building policy and site allocations in its draft local plan in the light of changes in the National Planning Practice Guidance.
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Northumberland joins green belt binge

Northumberland County Council has joined Newcastle and Gateshead in proposing huge green belt releases for housing.
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Housing policy must not ignore elderly

A new all-party report says three-and-a-half million family homes could be provided if suitable housing were made available for older people who want to downsize.
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Parish council challenge thrown out

The High Court has rejected Ash Parish Council's challenge to approval for 400 greenfield homes near Guildford.
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Room for one million+ brownfield homes

Major new research has shown England has capacity for at least one million new brownfield homes, bringing recommendations for the return of brownfield-first and a range of other reforms.
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lockedPlanning clobbered hardest by cuts

Planning has emerged as the service hardest hits by council cuts in England and the NAO says DCLG has limited understanding of the problems its cuts are causing.
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How “five-year supplies” are manipulated

A Westminster Hall debate has laid bare how greenfield house builders are misusing requirements for councils to maintain a "five-year" supply to secure ever more consents on unsuitable sites.
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