National Statistics about the number of planning applications made and permissions granted in England.
This report follows an OECD roundtable to inform the Commission of international infrastructure planning best practice.
A planning application has been submitted for a 3,200-home urban extension to Basingstoke, which its backers claim is one of the largest housing developments in the South East on public land.
A west London council has approved plans for the redevelopment of 31 disused railway arches in line with a recommendation from planners who concluded that the development would help create a 'sense of place'.
A call for the Prime Minister Theresa May to 'end the assault on council housing' features in today's newspaper round-up.
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The government's industrial strategy should require all parts of the country to prepare sub-regional spatial plans and allow constrained urban areas to expand their boundaries, according to a new report endorsed by business secretary Greg Clark.
The Planning Inspectorate (PINS) has issued an apology for a scathing decision letter that slammed a council's appeal cost application as 'pathetic' and 'frivolous'.
The government has announced that it is to submit planning applications for two new prisons at sites in Yorkshire and south Wales as part of its plans to create 10,000 new prison places across the country by 2020.
A planning permission allowing the demolition of a gym and a ten pin bowling alley and the construction of a new Lidl supermarket at a site in Birmingham has been revoked by the city council, after it recognised that there had been a 'mistake' in its handling of the application.
Reports that major roads projects could be cancelled due to problems caused by previous Prime Minister David Cameron 'rushing out a £11.4 billion roads strategy months before the 2015 general election' feature in today's newspaper round-up.
Historic England has announced the creation of ten new 'Heritage Action Zones' which will receive specialist support on heritage matters from the government watchdog.
A subterranean swimming pool and car parking area in an enclosed garden in Hertfordshire was refused as a disproportionate addition, inappropriate in the green belt, despite a previous similar permission.
Guidance has been issued on the fees payable for the costs of processing an application for a Development Consent Order under the Planning Act 2008.
Guidance published today confirms the details of provisions which from next month will allow housing associated with major infrastructure projects to be considered as part of the fast-track nationally significant infrastructure project (NSIP) regime, including a 500-home limit on the number of units that could be granted consent under the mechanism.
The Greater London Authority's strategic planning manager Colin Wilson is among the speakers confirmed for a major planning conference in London next week.
Reports that a United Nations committee has asked the UK to suspend work on the Hinkley Point C nuclear power station in Somerset feature in today's newspaper round-up.
Guidance on changes that allow development consent to be obtained for housing related to a nationally significant infrastructure project.
Judge quashes council's small sites policy but sympathises over 'constant changes' in national policy
A judge has quashed a North Yorkshire local authority's interim policy relating to affordable housing contributions for small sites, but has recognised the difficulties facing councils 'assailed by constant changes in the legislative regime and national policy'.
An East Sussex council had succeeded in its efforts to quash parts of a joint core strategy put together by two neighbouring local authorities.