The Council’s ‘123 list’ sets out how money collected through the Community Infrastructure Levy will be used. The Councils are proposing changes to how monies are spent on Heathland Mitigation, Transport and Education. For more information on the proposed changes please contact Chapman Lily Planning.
The current Local Plan for West Dorset, Weymouth and Portland was adopted in October 2015. The Inspector, during the examination of the 2015 Local Plan, identified that an early review of the Plan is required to identify additional land capable of meeting housing need to 2036. The Council’s are now seeking views on the review Read more about West Dorset, Weymouth and Portland Local Plan Review – consultation closes 3rd April[…]
Weymouth and Portland Council have approved a programme which aims to accelerate the delivery of new homes. The programme will identify where the Council can work with others to see the development of allocated and proposed housing sites. This could include upfront funding of infrastructure, providing cash flow, land purchase and partnership working. The Council’s Read more about Weymouth and Portland agree plan to accelerate house building[…]
On 2nd March, Chapman Lily Planning heard first hand from Gavin Barwell, Minister for Housing, Planning and London on how the Government propose to ‘fix the broken housing market’. The Minister provided a brief summary of the Housing White Paper, setting out the four tenets of the Government’s housing policy: Planning for the right Read more about Chapman Lily Planning attend meeting with Minister for State, Housing, and Planning[…]