The work of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on General Aviation has been recognised in the Queens Speech, with the Government announcing that reform of UK airspace is one of its top priories.
A government plan to create 200,000 new homes in England for first-time buyers has resulted in no homes being built, the National Audit Office has found.
The Stirling prize-winning Norwich estate is the tip of the iceberg: despite government cuts, local authorities are finding innovative ways to build housing
An interesting article by Oliver Shah at The Times discussing the recent downfall of fund manager Neil Woodford and suggesting that the nations Councils also need to cool off their property spree.
"Councils have become the “dumb money” in the property market. The Treasury should hike the rate further."
Councils voice frustration after shock interest rate rise imposed on cheap Treasury loans
The government has been accused of “trashing” plans to build more social housing across the UK after it imposed a shock interest rate rise on cheap Treasury loans.
Let's face it, you can never have too many public consultations! This one's a little different.
Released by Highways England and with 8 Public Consultation events planned between now and the close of the consultation on 1st December.
Perhaps they could give a few lessons in public engagement to the NEGC.
Council bosses say the cash for the North Essex garden communities is vital
Colchester Borough Council has said deferring funding for the North Essex garden communities would mean losing expertise and continuity.
Killian Garvey, acting for Beechcroft Land, assisted in securing a successful judgment in the matter of Chichester DC v (1) Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government (2) Beechcroft Land Ltd  EWCA 1640.
Campaign for Protection of Rural England says brownfield land offers more opportunities
Only one in 10 homes built on green belt land in England in the last decade has been classed as affordable, undermining the case for the development of supposedly protected areas, according to countryside campaigners.
The council says its wants to be 'tough on developers' who destroy animal habitats.
Planning applications will be scrutinised much more vigorously to protect natural habitats by council highways officers.