Happy New Year from all at NJL! As we return from our festive break, we take a sneak peek into the new year ahead and pick out some of the key things to look out for in 2019:
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Published alongside the Autumn Budget late last month, the findings of Sir Oliver Letwin’s review into the root causes of England’s low ‘build out’ rates have been eagerly awaited by the planning and development industry.
The review, announced by last year’s autumn budget, has identified what Sir Oliver considers to be the main roadblocks to faster housing delivery, and suggests a number of changes should be made to the way in which the large house builders, planning profession and wider process of land valuation operate.
Good things come to those who wait, and, as many have already pointed out, this year’s Autumn budget arrived early in the week…
We have listed some of the announcements we think will be crucial to the planning and development industry in the coming months.
Blog written by Nick Pleasant, Associate Director
In early 2017 I – optimistically perhaps – suggested 2017 could be the year of meaningful Local Plan progress (see Housing White Paper requirements and MHCLG intervention(s)). But have we seen real or sufficient progress?
On behalf of Countryside Properties, NJL Consulting have submitted two detailed planning applications at the former Riverside College site in Runcorn, Halton. Combined the proposals seek to develop a total of 144 residential dwellings with a mix of private rented sector and market homes across the 4.05 ha site.
On behalf of Quorum Development Management and Seddon Homes, NJL Consulting have submitted a detailed planning application at land off Delta Crescent, Warrington. The proposal seeks to develop a total of 79 residential dwellings across the 3.07 ha site which will form a natural extension to existing development in the Westbrook area.