Refusals of homes considered to be “too small” and a “huge” 5G phone mast lead our round-up of today’s newspapers and online news.
Reports of further potential changes to the government’s proposed revised formula for calculating local housing need following Tory opposition to the new method lead today’s media round-up.
Criticism from London’s deputy mayor for housing of the government’s proposed planning changes and its delay in approving the capital’s overarching planning strategy leads our round-up of today’s newspapers and online news.
News that government advisor Historic England has added the first ever business park, which was opened in 1986, to the national heritage list features in today’s newspaper round-up.
News of the approval of a “space port” in the Scottish Highlands and a dispute in Cumbria over a developer’s request to drop an affordable housing requirement feature in today’s newspaper round-up.
A brewing dispute over a planned nine-storey building beside one the country’s best-known railway stations heads today’s newspaper roundup.
News that some MPs concerned about the influence of Chinese telecommunications firm Huawei will “frustrate” the government’s proposed planning changes around mobile phone infrastructure features in today’s newspaper round-up.
Reports that retailer John Lewis is considering “turning surplus retail space into affordable housing” feature in today’s newspaper round-up.
News of a new infrastructure bank that could provide “billions of pounds” of new funding for UK capital projects as part of the post-Covid-19 recovery, leads today’s newspaper round-up.
A report that the discovery of at least 20 prehistoric pits near Stonehenge is delaying a decision on plans for a nearby road tunnel features in today’s newspaper round-up.