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Community Infrastructure Levy - Winckworth Sherwood's Planning Team answer your 10 practical questions

The Consultation paper on further amendments to the CIL Regulations has now been published. Winckworth Sherwood's Planning Team have prepared a newsletter outlining some of the thorny issues and anomalies that we have encountered on schemes that we have been advising on over the last 12 months and where applicable, we set out if the consultation changes will resolve the problem.

Mon 22 Apr 2013

Happy Birthday NPPF – comment from law firm Winckworth Sherwood

The National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) will tomorrow (27 March 2013) mark its first anniversary. It stripped down around a 1,000 pages of previous national policy, which was often vague, inconsistent or ambiguous, to about 50 pages with a much simpler and readily understandable message.

Tue 26 Mar 2013

Government proposes 'simpler, swifter planning system'

The government has confirmed that it is looking at making the planning system much simpler and quicker.

Thu 04 Aug 2011

LGA: People must have more say over developments in their area

The Local Government Association has backed the idea of giving local people more of a say on developments in their area.

Wed 27 Jul 2011

BPF raises concerns with planning reforms

Concerns regarding plans to give local communities a greater say on planning issues have been raised by the British Property Federation.

Tue 28 Jun 2011

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