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Category Archives: planning
Jenrick’s Planning Reforms have nothing to say about tax dodges
It’s the last day for responses to the Government’s latest proposals to reform the planning system, to “level up” and solve the housing crisis, if you believe the spin. The proposals … Continue reading
Ofqual Fiasco and Planning revolution point to where the Vote Leave Government gets its ideas
As I watched the A-level results fiasco unfold over the last week – the latest in a long line of shambolic Government u-turns – it got me thinking about how this Government actually decides on what policies it is going … Continue reading
further thoughts on the Net Gain consultation
Following on from my general critique of the Net Gain proposals, here are a few specific comments in case anyone is thinking about responding to the consultation before the deadline of the 10th February. 1. On page 6 of the … Continue reading
Posted in biodiversity offsetting, housing, Natural Capital, net gain, NPPF, planning Tagged biodiversity offsetting, net gain, NPPF 1 Comment
Rampisham: Kicked into the Long Grass?
The Long Grass (c) Miles King Today West Dorset District Council informed various people (including myself) that the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government (CLG), the Right Hon Eric Pickles, has directed West … Continue reading
Posted in planning, Rampisham Down Tagged Eric Pickles. Planning, Rampisham 5 Comments