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Out-Law: DCLG opens for £50m Local Growth Fund bids

Developers have been invited to bid for a share of funding made available by the UK government to invest in infrastructure that supports new homes. 24 Apr 2014

Westminster approves Queen's Park sport centre redevelopment

Westminster City Council's planning committee has resolved to grant planning permission for a £20 million redevelopment of the Jubilee Sports Centre in west London's Queen's Park. 24 Apr 2014

High Court rejects challenge to Chorley CIL charging schedule

An examiner's approach when recommending that Chorley Borough Council's community infrastructure levy (CIL) charging schedule should be adopted was neither irrational nor unlawful, a High Court judge has ruled. 24 Apr 2014

UK government likely to meet BIM targets, but greater standardisation needed, says industry

Awareness of building information modelling (BIM) techniques is now almost universal across the construction industry, while adoption of the technology is accelerating, according to the UK's largest survey of usage of and attitudes to BIM to date. 24 Apr 2014

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