- Planning weekly highlights—30 August 2018
- In this issue:
- Highways and footpaths
- The true status of a way and what public rights exist over it (Slough BC v SEFRA)
- Planning applications
- Welcome guidance on re-determining quashed planning appeal decisions (North Norfolk DC v Secretary of State)
- Planning policy
- End landowners’ huge profits from speculation, IPPR says
- Brexit White Paper—lack of detail on maintaining environmental standards?
- Planning issues in energy projects
- Developing new onshore wind capacity in the UK
- Additional news—daily and weekly news alerts
- Updated content
- Related content
This week’s Planning highlights includes updates on: High Court decisions regarding key considerations when designating public rights of way and guidance on re-determining quashed appeal decisions; an IPPR recommendation for reform to value uplift as a result of planning permission, analysis of the environmental provisions of the Brexit White Paper and the current state of on-shore wind projects in the UK.
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