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This week saw the publication of the results of the public consultation on the options for Local Government reorganisation in Dorset. The findings of the consultation suggests that a two way spit is favoured. We’ve been reflecting on what this might mean for planning locally: The favoured split would ensure that the Bournemouth, Christchurch and Read more about Consultation results for Local Government reorganisation in Dorset[…]
The Cornwall Local Plan has recently been adopted and covers the period up to 2030. The Plan sets out targets to deliver 52,000 homes by 2030, which is an average of 2,625 a year. The Plan also sets out the Council’s polices to provide 704,000 sqm of employment floorspace to help provide for 38,000 full Read more about Cornwall Local Plan Adopted[…]
West Dorset, Weymouth and Portland Council’s are moving forward with the initial issues and options consultation of their Local Plan review. The Local Plan review responds to the Inspectors comments, when undertaking the examination of the current Local Plan, that the Council’s should prepare an early review to identify areas that can deliver additional housing Read more about West Dorset, Weymouth and Portland Local Plan Review[…]
We reported in our previous news article ( www.clplanning.co.uk/?p=375 ) that the Housing White Paper would be published by the end of this year. However, Communities Secretary Sajid Javid recently announced that the paper wouldn’t be published until January. We eagerly await the publication of the White Paper in the New Year and will bring Read more about Delay to Housing White Paper[…]