News of plans to pedestrianise large parts of Bristol’s ‘historic’ city centre and of delays to the introduction of ‘Britain’s biggest clean air zone’ feature in today’s newspaper round-up.
A report that North Lincolnshire Council has had to pay costs of more than £400,000 to a developer after losing an appeal on plans for oil production at a site near Scunthorpe features in today’s newspaper round-up.
A claim that the Prime Minister’s time as mayor of London led to a situation where “the only language London planning talked was money” features in today’s newspaper round-up.
A report that the Covid-19 pandemic has caused the ‘worst time ever for retail’ and could cause the loss of one in five high street shops features in today’s newspaper round-up.
News that one of Britain’s biggest housebuilders plans to resume work on its construction sites while retail sales experienced their biggest monthly fall since records began feature in today’s newspaper round-up.
Reports that the Covid-19 crisis has prompted volume housebuilder Barratt to furlough about 85 per cent of its workforce and has delayed the introduction of clean air zones in some English cities features in today’s newspaper round-up.
Reports that the government is considering “deferring the payment of planning obligations and extending planning permissions that may otherwise lapse” as part of a range of measures to ease the impact of the coronavirus lockdown on the housebuilding industry feature in today’s newspaper round-up.
Reports that the UK “is set to lose out on tens of thousands of new homes this year, with leading developers warning that several months of site closures will put key government housing targets in jeopardy and exacerbate a national housing shortage” feature in today’s newspaper round-up.
Reports that Everton Football Club has submitted an outline planning application for the redevelopment of its Goodison Park site in Liverpool feature in today’s newspaper round-up.
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