This week’s Planning highlights include: (1) Charter for the NIC; (2) Brexit and the offshore wind industry; (3) Consultation on new social housing regulator; (4) MOL consultation on planning guidance; (5) Climate change and local plans; (6) Old development plans and the NPPF; (7) Access to environmental documents; (8) Development consent refusal due to effect on SPA; (9) Spain’s failure to fulfil conservation obligations; (10) Entitlement to consider aspects of planning decision which are 'not in issue'; (11) Appeal Tracker—JJ Gallagher v Cherwell DC; (12) Appeal Tracker–R (Harris) v Broads Authority; (13) Appeal Tracker—Durant v CLG; and (14) Appeal Tracker—Wealden DC v CLG.
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