Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 28. Chapters: Regional planning in England, Expansion plans for Milton Keynes, London Plan, Regional assembly, Cornish Assembly, Regional Spatial Strategy, Regional minister, PPG 16, Town and country planning in Wales, The Merton Rule, Local authority leaders' board, Local Development Frameworks, Planning Policy Statements, Planning Aid Wales, Minerals planning guidance notes, Local Development Documents, Development plan, Government Office, Planning Policy Guidance Notes, Structure Plan, Silkin Test, PPG 2, PPG 3, PPG 24, Regional Planning Guidance, PPG 15, East of England Local Government Association, Certificate of Immunity from Listing, Multi-Agency Geographic Information for the Countryside, PPS 3, Mineral Policy Statements, Statements of Community Involvement, Development Plan Document, Annual Monitoring Report, Core Strategy, Local Plan, Unitary Development Plan, PPS 25, Local Development Scheme, PPS 9, Sustainability appraisal, PPS 10, West Midlands Councils, Design statement, PPS 7, Area Action Plan, Community strategy, PPS 23, PPS 6, PPS 22, Simplified Planning Zones, Supplementary Planning Documents, Adopted Proposals Map, Local Development Orders. Excerpt: In January 2004, Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott announced the United Kingdom government's Expansion plans for Milton Keynes He proposed that the population of Milton Keynes (ceremonially Buckinghamshire) should double in the subsequent 20 years. He appointed English Partnerships to do so, taking planning controls away from Milton Keynes Borough Council and making EP the statutory planning authority. In turn, EP established a subsidiary Milton Keynes Partnership to manage the programme locally. Their proposal for the next phase of expansion moves away from grid squares to large scale, mixed use, higher density developments which are more based on public transpor...Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online.
|Title||:||United Kingdom Planning Policy|
|Author||:||Source Wikipedia, Books Llc|
|Publisher||:||Books LLC, Wiki Series - 2010-09|