Planning

Seaside towns must be inspired to reinvent themselves, says Lords report

Runswick Bay

Select Committee on Regenerating Seaside Towns publishes report on 4 April 2019

Statement after £1.6 billion post-Brexit funding for English towns announced

Secretary James Brokenshire gives details on Stronger Towns Fund

MP’s look into how Modern Methods of Construction boosts housing supply

Committee questions academics and industry representatives on how Modern Methods of Construction can boost housing supply

Lords debates increase in social housing

Peers consider commitment to reduce housing costs and homelessness

Coastal Communities Minister to give evidence to Committee

Regenerating Seaside Towns Committee meets on Tuesday 18 December at 3.15pm

More planning

Title Date
Environment Agency, NERC, and LEPs to give evidence to Committee 11.12.2018
Design experts and UK ports sector give evidence to Committee 04.12.2018
Access to affordable housing in rural areas examined by Committee 06.11.2018
Lords debates affordable housing 26.10.2018
Non-Domestic Rating (Nursery Grounds) Bill: Lords third reading 25.10.2018
Traders questioned on challenges facing retail and hospitality sectors 22.10.2018