By Nick Johnstone, Nick Johnstone Nick Johnstone Nick Johnstone2010-04-14T13:21:00+01:00
The Royal Town Planning Institute today urged the next government to “build on the strong foundations” of the existing planning system instead of overhauling it.
To read the full story on www.PublicPropertyUK.com visit: Planning system far from broken, argues RTPI
On 20 July, MHCLG published its latest revisions to the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF).
Some 45 real estate consultancy firms have been confirmed as the suppliers of real estate services for the Crown Commercial Service (CCS) as part of a £500m framework.
As part of Project Speed, the government’s post-pandemic recovery agenda, a new Commercial, Business and Service classification, Use Class E was introduced to reduce red tape and planning bureaucracy for minor and incidental change of use planning applications.
Clive Emson’s fifth auction of the year saw all the lots listed in the South West sell – with most sparking bidding wars.
Therme Group has been chosen by the Government of Ontario to develop a C$350m (£200m) wellbeing resort at Toronto’s Ontario Place.
The City of London office market vacancy rate has hit 9%, but June also saw the most space go under offer since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic.
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