The Nine Elms South Bank regeneration area has been proposed for a £17m sustainable urban drainage project.
The project is intended to catch rainwater when it falls and transfer into the river Thames. The idea behind it is to considerably reduce the amount of clean rain water mixing with the sewage. The scheme is planned to be launched this summer.
A review has been requested for the council report of Oxfords green belt inner boundaries which will be allowing strategic housing allocations.
A report has been released by Oxford City Council. The report is in favour of its housing need has has not reached expectation is dealt with through urban extension, this will be closest to the city and will include a loss of some existing green belt.
Clark has agreed with the recommendations made by the inspector and has refused the two residential schemes.
Major residential schemes in Greg Clark Cheshire and Gloucestershire, which are subject to appeals, have been blocked by the Communities Secretary, Greg Clark. During the inquiries hosted by the inspector, Greg Clark agreed with both the recommendations made.
“A 100,844 square metre storage and distribution centre with offices” is planned to be built in Leicestershire. This is planning to be built on the land connecting to the ‘Magna Park complex’, which is the largest distribution park in Europe.
This application is now up for a likely call in by the Secretary of State. It connects to land at Mere Lane (Bittesby).
The Taunton Deane Borough Council has approved proposals for an urban extension in the area. The extension will be predominantly residential with potentially 2000 new houses, 25% of which will be affordable housing.
“The scheme is in line with the planning authority’s approved Core Strategy.”