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Category Archives: Planning
Respond to the National Planning Policy Framework consultation
The government is consulting on changes to the National Planning Policy Framework. This guidance governs the way planing takes place in England. It covers plan making, for example through the council-level local plans, and development management, for example in determining … Continue reading
Posted in news, Planning Tagged climate change, community, consultations, NPPF, Planning, policy 2 Comments
Places for Everyone goes before the Planning Inspectorate
November is the month in which the Greater Manchester Combined Authority’s Places for Everyone Plan goes before the Planning Inspectorate for its “Examination in Public”. Anyone can watch the hearings, which, as it’s a huge plan with many aspects, will … Continue reading
New edition of our Carbon and Planning Workbook
The Carbon and Planning Workbook is a guide for local campaigners who want to estimate the carbon (greenhouse gas) consequences of proposed planning developments on local land. It takes you through the various aspects to consider and data that you … Continue reading
Posted in land use, Planning, publications Tagged buildings, carbon emissions, Carbon metrics, Planning, Workbook Leave a comment
Greater Manchester is overspending its carbon budget and Places for Everyone will make it much worse.
byMark Burton (Steady State Manchester)andMatthew Broadbent (Save Greater Manchester Green Belt) Download as a pdf file This post is also available at Save Greater Manchester’s Green Belt and The Meteor The Greater Manchester Environment Plan isn’t delivering. minor edits, 12 … Continue reading
Posted in analysis, Greater Manchester, news, Planning Tagged carbon budget, economic growth, ENvironment Plan, green belt, housing, Places for Everyone, Spatial Framework 8 Comments