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Draft revised National Planning Policy Framework
The draft revised National Planning Policy Framework incorporates policy proposals previously consulted on in the Housing White Paper and the Planning for the right homes in the right places consultation - the government responses to these are available at the respective consultation pages.
GOV.UK - Posted 05/03/2018

Sixty Icon PDF: The Incidence, Value and Delivery of Planning Obligations and Community Infrastructure Levy in England in 2016-17
Developer contributions have long been an element of planning policy in England.
GOV.UK - Posted 05/03/2018

National Planning Policy Framework and developer contribution consultations
Consultations on reforms to the planning system.
GOV.UK - Posted 05/03/2018

May: councils to consider developers’ record in planning approval
Councils are to be given the power to take developers’ previous build-out rates into consideration when considering planning applications, under a planning overhaul to be announced by Theresa May.
Inside Housing - Posted 05/03/2018

Joint Local Plan Examination brings opposition to new housing proposals
At the examination of the Joint Local Plan(JLP) held at Follaton House last week, green party councillors opposed to a housing expansion being planned.
Totnes Today - Posted 05/03/2018

Sixty Icon Robertson Homes to build more than 180 new homes in Inverness
Housebuilder Robertson Homes has extended its presence in Inverness with the launch of three new developments in the city.
Scottish Housing News - Posted 05/03/2018

Sixty Icon PDF: Supporting housing delivery through developer contributions
Reforming developer contributions to affordable housing and infrastructure.
GOV.UK - Posted 05/03/2018

Sixty Icon Government floats ‘national, non-negotiable’ affordable housing threshold
The government may move to nationally set “non-negotiable” requirements for affordable housing contribution, it revealed today.
Inside Housing - Posted 05/03/2018

Government announces viability assessment changes amid planning shake-up
Viability assessment rules will be amended in an attempt to clamp down on developers dodging affordable housing commitments, amid a flurry of proposed changes to planning rules unveiled today.
Inside Housing - Posted 05/03/2018

Sixty Icon Prime Minister launches new planning rules to get England delivering homes for everyone
A major overhaul to the National Planning Policy Framework has been launched to deliver the homes the country needs.
GOV.UK - Posted 05/03/2018

May’s planning speech in full
Below is the full text of Theresa May’s speech this morning on changes to the planning system.
Inside Housing - Posted 05/03/2018

Prime Minister’s housing speech – in full
Theresa May has spoken about “rewriting the rules on planning”, cutting bureaucracy in the planning process and making it easier for unused commercial sites to be used for housing.
24 Housing - Posted 05/03/2018

Sixty Icon PDF: Draft Planning Practice Guidance for Viability
Viability assessment is a process of assessing whether a site is financially viable, by looking at whether the value generated by a development is more than the cost of developing it.
GOV.UK - Posted 05/03/2018

Sixty Icon £40m co-living project planned for Glasgow’s Merchant City
Glasgow city centre is to have a £40 million co-living building that will provide a gateway to the Merchant City and a focal point for regeneration of the East End, under plans submitted by developers.
Scottish Housing News - Posted 05/03/2018

UK PM May calls on housebuilders to 'do their duty', demanding more homes
British Prime Minister Theresa May will on Monday call for homebuilders to“do their duty” and build new houses more quickly to meet demand, launching a draft policy on planning laws designed to ease the country’s housing shortage.
Reuters - Posted 05/03/2018

Sixty Icon Housing crisis: 15,000 new Manchester homes and not a single one 'affordable'
In Sheffield just 1.4% of homes approved by planners met the government’s affordable definition, while in Nottingham the figure was 3.8%, a Guardian Cities investigation has shown.
The Guardian - Posted 05/03/2018

Sixty Icon May to tell sluggish housebuilders to 'do their duty'
Construction firms that have been slow to build new homes could be refused planning permission in future under a shake-up to be unveiled by Theresa May.
BBC - Posted 05/03/2018

Sixty Icon Bristol woman refuses to give up garden for new housing
A 97-year-old Bristol woman is refusing to give up a strip of her front garden needed for a new housing development.
BBC - Posted 05/03/2018

Wokingham resident launches ePetition over housing numbers
A petition has been set up by a local resident in a bid to force a parliament debate on the issue.
Wokingham.Today - Posted 05/03/2018

Sixty Icon Villages are unviable without affordable homes – closing the viability loophole in the NPPF
The Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE) is known for sticking up for the countryside and rural communities, while Shelter is known for campaigning to end bad housing and homelessness. These are not two charities you might automatically pair together.
Campaign to Protect Rural England - Posted 04/03/2018

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