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Promises and projections

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Boris is gone and the new Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has some very different housing policies. Andrea Kirkby discusses the likelihood of him succeeding where others have failed.

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New housing consents highest since 2008

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There was a noteworthy increase in the number of planning permissions granted in the third quarter of last year, up from 53,409 consents in the corresponding quarter in 2014, according to data…

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Plans to fast-track planning for housebuilders

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Planning applications for new residential property developments in this country could soon be fast-tracked for a premium fee as part of new radical Government proposals. Under the new plans designed to help…

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A change of plan

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It’s official, says John Bosworth, Partner and Head of Planning at Ashfords LLP – the change of use rules regarding commercial to residential are now permanent.

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Planning delays stifle new housing

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A lack of resources within planning departments is one of the biggest reasons for the chronic housing shortages in this country, according to Linea Homes. The niche housebuilder reports that the vast…

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