A report suggesting that HRH the Prince of Wales could be facing a “bruising planning row” with well-to-do south London residents near the site of a development proposed by his property company leads today’s media round-up.
Reports of a planning committee member facing possible enforcement action if his fellow committee members back such a move and of a new tax on developers feature in today’s newspaper roundup.
Reports of a mayoral u-turn over support for plans for 300 homes in Bristol and controversy over a 432-home consent in Cardiff with no affordable housing feature in today’s news roundup.
A report that a moving viewing platform designed to carry 42 passengers on a 20-minute ride above Bristol city centre has been approved by councillors against officer advice and despite objections from the government’s heritage watchdog features in today’s media round-up.
A report that a 100-year-old London pub unlawfully demolished by a developer before a judge ordered the firm to rebuild it ‘brick by brick’ opened its doors yesterday features in today’s newspaper roundup.
Councillors’ anger at “being taken for mugs” over a garden development leads our roundup of the latest news.
News of a big residential approval in north London and the housing secretary’s upbeat view on today’s planning changes feature in today’s newspaper roundup.
News of the BBC’s attempts to sell one its historic properties in Berkshire to a retirement housing developer leads our roundup of today’s newspapers.
Two very different permissions from Wokingham Borough Council lead today’s news round-up.
A man’s novel attempt to sidestep a planning refusal for a new home by declaring his land a sovereign state leads our roundup of the latest news.