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Developer loses court challenge over sending neighbourhood plan to referendum

Developer loses court challenge over sending neighbourhood plan to referendum – report by Local Government Lawyer

Monday, 08 December 2014

A property developer has failed in a High Court challenge to a council’s decision to allow a neighbourhood development plan to proceed to a referendum.

In Larkfleet Homes Ltd, R (on the application of) v . . . → Read More: Developer loses court challenge over sending neighbourhood plan to referendum

Planning milestone as voters back neighbourhood plan

Upper Eden in Cumbria has become the first area in England to vote through a new-look neighbourhood plan.

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A local referendum held on 7 March saw an overwhelming majority of those polled (over 90 per cent) backing the plan. The turnout for the referendum was 34 per cent.

As a result the Upper . . . → Read More: Planning milestone as voters back neighbourhood plan

Council tax: local referendums – UK Parliament

Any billing authority, major precepting authority (e.g. a county council) or local precepting authority (e.g. a parish council) which exceeds the principles which apply to them will trigger a referendum of registered local electors. A simple majority of those voting will determine the outcome. Referendums are to be organised by billing authorities and there is . . . → Read More: Council tax: local referendums – UK Parliament