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A resurgence in planning applications has occurred with an increase in June.
Three policy announcements from MHCLG this week.
Planning policy should be changed to ensure projects are only approved when strict national carbon targets have been taken into account, a panel of experts has urged.
The government is to allow construction sites that faced the expiry of planning permission because of the coronavirus pandemic to extend their consent until next year.
Planning Portal release June report about the impact of COVID-19 on planning applications.
Planning Portal release report about the impact of COVID-19 on planning applications.
Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick has said councils should publicise planning applications on social media as part of changes introduced to 'radically restart' the construction industry.
CIAT has been in contact with Planning Portal about issues experienced by some members progressing planning applications.
The Scottish Parliament has passed legislation to enable development of sites by, or on behalf of, a local authority or health service body for reasons relating to COVID-19.
The legal profession in England and Wales has outlined a number of planning measures to help manage the impact of coronavirus – including amending primary legislation to extend the time limit on planning permissions.
The national charity for the civic movement has asked communities and local authorities to provide it with feedback on how new regulations for determining planning applications during the coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak are being implemented.
Emergency legislation that allows councils and health providers in England to establish facilities to support the fight against the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak came into force on 9 April.