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Out-Law: No decision due on pension liberation cases before autumn, says Pensions Ombudsman

The Pensions Ombudsman is "not yet in a position to publish" its conclusions on at least 84 pension liberation complaints that have been eagerly anticipated by the UK pensions industry, according to its latest update. 22 Aug 2014

Richmond expresses "extreme concern" at government planning reform proposals after DCLG modifies office-to-residential exemption direction

Richmond-upon-Thames Council is preparing a response to the UK government's technical consultation on planning, indicating that it is "likely to express extreme concern about some of the new proposals".  22 Aug 2014

Lend Lease submits plans for 137-home Chiswick scheme

Developer Lend Lease has submitted plans to Hounslow Council for the regeneration of a vacant office block and shopping frontage in Chiswick town centre in west London into a 137-home residential-led development. 22 Aug 2014

Gloucestershire council resolves to approve 1,500-home urban extension on green belt land

Tewkesbury Borough Council has resolved to approve outline plans for a 1,500-home urban extension on green belt land near Brockworth in Gloucestershire, according to a report in Planning Magazine. 22 Aug 2014

Austrian court orders Facebook to respond to privacy suit claims

The Vienna Regional Court has given Facebook four weeks to respond to claims that users’ data has been secretly accessed as part of the US National Security Agency’s (NSA) Prism surveillance programme, the group taking the action has said. 22 Aug 2014

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