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Lincolnshire council consults on three brownfield LDOs

North East Lincolnshire Council is consulting on three local development orders (LDOs) that could allow more than 300 homes to be built without individual planning permissions at brownfield sites in Grimsby and Cleethorpes. 04 Aug 2015

Young planners recommend public housing delivery agency and duty for councils to deliver homes

A think-tank of young public planners has called for the public sector to be supported in building the new homes required to address the UK housing crisis. 04 Aug 2015

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Central Bedfordshire resolves to grant permission for 1,850 green belt homes

Central Bedfordshire Council's (CBC) development management committee has resolved to grant outline planning permission for the construction of up to 1,850 homes in the green belt between Luton and Milton Keynes. 04 Aug 2015

High Court finds alteration of green belt boundaries does not exceed inspector's planning powers

A planning inspector did not take the wrong approach when considering whether it was appropriate to alter the green belt boundaries under a Midlands council's local plan, the High Court has found. 28 Jul 2015

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