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POS Welcomes HoC Committee's Review of NPPF

19/12/2014

Planning Services Have a Lot of People Doing a Lot More Hours, says POS

9/12/2014

POS Always Expected That Neighbourhood Planning Would Not be Easy in Urban Areas

9/12/2014

Autumn Statement Good in Part, Says POS

3/12/2014

EIA Schemes Being Exempt from Deemed Discharge of Conditions Should Not Hinder London, says POS's Kiely

21/11/2014

Roads Revolution a Lost Opportunity for Comprehensive Nationwide Infrastructure Strategy, Says POS

11/11/2014

Any Call-in Power on City-Regional Applications Should Lie with the Mayor Not the SoS, Says POS

7/11/2014

Planning Authorities Should Not Have Responsibility for Maintenance of Sustainable Drainage, says POS

7/11/2014

Updated PPG Puts Brake on Local Plans Where Green Belt Needed, Says POS

24/10/2014

Devolution Should Stretch to All Parts of England, Suggests POS

24/10/2014

More Homes for Ageing Population Should be a Mandatory Requirement, Says POS

17/10/2014

POS Welcomes Lyons Review

16/10/2014

Proposals for change of use reform prompts concern as to quality

10/10/2014

Councils joining forces can give a lot more leverage in securring investment, says POS

10/10/2014

Benefits of working in public sector have diminshed with pension reforms, says POS

10/10/2014

POS Unhappy with proposals for Light Industrial and Storage Buildings to Convert to Housding Without the Need for PP

26/9/2014

Cash Inducements to Encourage Development Means Less Money for Infrastructure Improvements, Says POS

22/9/2014

POS welcomes the Government's consultation on changes to Planning Policy for Travellers But Expresses Concern

19/9/2014

Award will endorse the enforcers

19/9/2014

POS Expresses Concern Over Implications on the Interaction with NPPF and Further Alterations to the London Plan

12/9/2014

POS rehearses prospect of amended plan-making process with new Planning Minister

11/9/2014

POS not in support of proposals that would allow change of use from light industrial/ storage/ distribution to new homes

3/9/2014

Proposed 10 week deadline for councils to decide on neighbourhood plan is challenging, says POS

29/8/2014

The President of the Planning Officers Society on the lessons he has learnt during his career

20/8/2014

Emerging Neighbourhood Plans Could Outweigh Emerging Local Plans Warns POS

1/8/2014

POS Suggests Office to Residential Prior Approvals Are Dealt With Correctly by LPAs

18/7/2014

Right to Build Proposals Should be Through Existing Planning System, Says POS

18/7/2014

Post-2015 goverment Should Move beyond the Duty to Cooperate and Talk Openly About Effective Strategic Planning, Says POS

18/7/2014

POS NOVUS Sets Out to be Unashamedly Pro-Public Planning

4/7/2014

POS Shares in Success at RTPI Awards

24/6/2014

Duty to Cooperate is Too Challenging, says POS

20/6/2014

People Should be Proud to Work for the Public Sector, Says POS NOVUS

13/6/2014

POS Planning Manifesto Gains Momentum

9/6/2014

Authorities Missing Out in CIL Income Potential, Says POS

6/6/2014

POS Comments on Finalists Shortlisted for Wolfson Prize

6/6/2014

Changes to planning announced in Queen's Speech

5/6/2014

New President for the Planning Officers Society

17/5/2014

Revolution Within the Institution?

2/5/2014

Housing Five-Year Land Supply Difficulties Continue

25/4/2014

POS Identifies Key Issues at Planning Summit

11/4/2014

Proposed Three Tier Application System Potentially Very Damaging, Says POS

28/3/2014

Pooling CIL Income Between Authorities Very Commendable, Says POS

24/3/2014

POS is Cautious to Ministerial Announcement on Retail to Resi

11/3/2014

Conservation is Not a Luxury, Says POS

28/2/2014

POS Revises its Good Practice Notes

19/2/2014

PLANNING FOR A BETTER FUTURE Our planning manifesto for the next government

19/2/2014

POS Warns LPAs With Out-of-Date Local Plan

11/2/2014

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