By Nick Johnstone, Nick Johnstone Nick Johnstone Nick Johnstone2010-05-18T15:47:00+01:00
The new Conservative-Liberal Democrat coalition government has today confirmed for the first time that it will push ahead with big changes to the planning system.
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A new neighbourhood in Silvertown, east London, has been given the go-ahead by the Greater London Authority.
The government’s latest step in reorganising the planning system to accelerate delivery was heralded earlier this week, with more detail to follow later in the week in its planning reform paper.
After months of speculation, last night housing secretary Robert Jenrick announced his radical overhaul of the planning system.
Proptech business MRI Software has bought Housing Partners, a specialist technology partner for the social housing sector in the UK and Ireland.
Asset manager Nedgroup Investments has launched two new share classes for its global property fund due to increasing investor demand.
St Modwen has signed up four new tenants at Chamberhall Business Park in Bury, a month after completing the scheme.
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