Some big projects have gone through this week including York Council announcing the go-ahead for its 2500 homes project. But in Norwich Weston Homes is fighting Robert Jenrick's refusal of a scheme, in the High Court.
Councillors concerned in Redcar despite big contribution , student accommodation issues again, more greenfield houses than agreed and developer says biodiversity guidance will restrict housing numbers.
A site vacant for 30 years set for development, a rejection due to 'factory views', residential-over-car-park developments continue apace and industrial land around Manchester proving popular, this week.
Atkins’ report on open data in brownfield and contaminated land says it should not be siloed and aims to challenge the norm and start disruptive conversations within the industry about how data is accessed and where the true value lies. Ian Grant reports.
In a flash webinar run by Paul Nathanail – GHD’s technical director contaminated land assessment and remediation – the impacts of the Planning for the Future whitepaper on the UK’s mature brownfield industry were discussed at length. Ian Grant reports.
In Liverpool, worries over lack of control on lorry parks, while in Salford, a victory for brownfield , a new Neighbourhood concept development in Rochdale, and a warning to infill developers in south London, this week.