News and advice for law relating to planning and the environment in England and Wales
The Law Society's Planning and Environmental Law Committee recently responded to the National Infrastructure Commission’s consultation on their draft National Infrastructure Assessment.
The Law Society has responded to a DCLG consultation, 'Planning for the right homes in the right places'.
The Law Society has responded to the Department for Communities and Local Government's consultation.
The Law Society recently responded to a government consultation on the housing white paper 'Fixing our broken housing market'.
The Law Society has responded to the Welsh Government's consultation.
The Law Society has responded to the response on the regulations required by the Historic Environment (Wales) Act.
Response to DCLG's call for evidence on basement developments and the planning system
The Law Society has responded to a consultation on proposed changes to environmental impact assessment.
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