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Rail property manager seeks partner to develop 24 acres at former depot. Nick Johnstone reports
Exclusive survey of planning experts by Property Week and Hogan Lovells gives poor scores to coalition’s reforms of planning laws
Developer hopes to create prime neighbourhood at Wood Wharf
Stanhope’s plans for the redevelopment of BBC Television Centre have been recommended for approval.
Quintain has received planning consent for 475 new homes at its Wembley Park scheme.
Research shows that levy is no magic bullet for planning delays.
The chancellor has announced a package of measures to further streamline the planning process.
Marks & Spencer has announced that it will open a 150,000 sq ft store in Longbridge to anchor St. Modwen’s regeneration scheme in Birmingham.
Birmingham City Council has agreed a local improvement plan, which includes proposals to construct 6,000 homes on green belt land.
Westfield has amended plans for its extension of Westfield London, revising down the number of residential units in favour of a larger anchor department store.
Five of the UK’s biggest agencies are mounting a campaign to improve diversity in the property industry.
The Chancellor George Osborne has announced plans for another shake-up of the planning system in a bid to kick start the stagnant economy.
In a coup for Property Week’s long-running campaign against empty rates, chancellor George Osborne has asked York Outer MP Julian Sturdy to form a working group to examine how the law can be altered to help struggling businesses. Property Week spoke to industry figures about what they would like the working group to achieve.