Planning news, views and insight – June 2019

Jun 7, 2019

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This month: Election shocks, New councillors, Hertfordshire Growth Plans and Oxford-Cambridge Growth Corridor   Election shocks The dust is settling following the dramatic May local elections in which the two main parties saw very significant losses. Ordinarily, the party in

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Beware, new councillors

Jun 7, 2019

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By Michael Hardware, Director of Planning and Property A huge number of new councillors have been elected across the country. These are largely from the LibDem, independent, green and resident groups with little or no experience of either being a councillor

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Election shocks

Jun 7, 2019

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By Michael Hardware, Director of Planning and Property The dust is settling following the dramatic May local elections in which the two main parties saw very significant losses. Ordinarily, the party in power would be expected to lose members mid-term and

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Hertfordshire Growth Plans

Jun 7, 2019

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By Michael Hardware, Director of Planning and Property The Built Environment Network Group held a Hertfordshire Development Plans event in Stevenage in May. Speakers included Hertfordshire County Council, the University of Hertfordshire and Places for People.  Patsy Dell, assistant director strategic planning, infrastructure

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Local Plan updates – June 2019

Jun 7, 2019

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Ashford –The Ashford Local Plan 2030 was adopted in February 2019. Aylesbury Vale – AVDC has advised the Inspector that it will have prepared modifications to the plan together with an updated Sustainability Appraisal by the end of June 2019.

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