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Rosie Cooper MP asks Secretary of State to Review SUDS Guidelines

Rosie Cooper Labour, West Lancashire

To ask the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government, if his Department will review the guidelines on sustainable drainage system requirements under planning policy for new developments in areas with recorded incidents of flooding; and if he will make a statement.

Hansard source(Citation: HC Deb, 14 January . . . → Read More: Rosie Cooper MP asks Secretary of State to Review SUDS Guidelines

Cotswold AONB housing scheme dismissed

On April 9, 2015, Communities Secretary Eric Pickles dismissed an appeal over proposals for a residential scheme involving 146 homes on farmland at Stow-on-the-Wold in the Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB).

Developer Bovis Homes had applied to Cotswold District Council for outline planning permission for the scheme earmarked for farmland on the eastern . . . → Read More: Cotswold AONB housing scheme dismissed

Ministerial statement by Nick Boles on local planning

The coalition government is committed to reforming the planning system to make it simpler, clearer and easier for people to use, allowing local communities to shape where development should and should not go. Planning should not be the exclusive preserve of lawyers, developers or town hall officials.

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Broughton Astley Neighbourhood Plan reaches examination stage

The publication Neighbourhood Planning reports that:

The draft Broughton Astley Neighbourhood Plan circulated earlier this year has been amended to take into account the comments and suggestions made by consultation bodies and local people.

The revised, examination version of the Neighbourhood Plan has now been submitted to Harborough District Council in order to undergo a . . . → Read More: Broughton Astley Neighbourhood Plan reaches examination stage

Proposed Extension at Alrewas Quarry

SCOPING OPINION REGARDING PROPOSED SOUTHERN EXTENSION AT ALREWAS QUARRY The prospective applicant for the above development has requested the County Council to adopt a scoping opinion, as to the information to be provided in the Environmental Statement. Under Regulation 10(4), the County Council is required to consult your organisation, together with certain other bodies, before . . . → Read More: Proposed Extension at Alrewas Quarry