This month's planning highlights include: (1) Case law: No need for express implementation clause in retail planning condition (2) Case law: Misconstruing of NPPF irrelevant to decision allowing green belt development (3) Houses in Multiple Occupation-Wales (4) PAS Advice Note on Preparing Housing-led LDOs (5) Planning Committee report on options for London’s growth (6) DCLG sets out guidance on registers of self-builders (7) Summary of responses to harbour closure consultation published (8) DCLG requests mineral planning authorities to share fracking planning permission information (9) Government to consult on fee increase for 'well-performing' planning teams (10) Rural planning call for evidence (11) 50th DCO granted (12) Consultation on upward extensions in London (13) Technical consultation on implementation of planning changes (14) LGO warns on planning decision transparency (15) House of Lords report: ‘Building Better Places’.
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