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An authoritative report by leading economic research consultancy SQW (who conducted the first report into the Cambridge Phenomenon), has identified an evolving ‘adaptive and knowledge-rich High Performance Technology and Motorsport (HPTM) cluster’ in the area around Silverstone in Northamptonshire and Buckinghamshire, highlighting its potential for growth.
Almost two weeks after the Bill received Royal Assent, the Government has published the Housing & Planning Act 2016 which contains key changes to the planning system. On publication of the Bill, the Government said it would kick-start a “national crusade to get 1 million homes built by 2020” by speeding up the planning system.
Amy Wallhead, a private client solicitor for law firm Hewitsons, has taken up the challenge of walking the Great Wall of China to raise money for Alzheimer’s Society
The Court of Appeal has overturned the High Court decision in July last year which held that the Government’s national planning policy exempting small developments from affordable housing contributions, and providing for the vacant building credit, was unlawful.
Earlier this year we reported on the recent changes that had taken place in the world of business immigration and the key issues to look out for in 2016.