Planning needs to be reformed. But the Government’s proposals threaten more traffic and pollution.
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Planning reform is coming

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Checklist for new housing developments

What are the specific elements that make up a non-car-dependent housing development? We’ve produced a Checklist.

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Garden Communities: visions and reality

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Metropolitan line train at Amersham tube station

Planning in the spotlight: the implications of THAT byelection

Blog by Jenny Raggett, Transport for New Homes There has in recent days been much talk about the Chesham and ...
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1 day ago
Byelection blog: https://t.co/PB3sEyOxCG
Chesham&Amersham are at the end of the Metropolitan Line, but housebuilding is proposed on fields far from stations.
Planning reform should talk about the importance of new stations/metros being central to new development
#HomesWithoutJams
6 days ago
Our country needs more homes. What we don’t need is more sprawling, car-dependent estates far from town centres and public transport links. Please add your name to our #HomesWithoutJams campaign: https://t.co/ZwtUOLEHQ7
1 week ago
The Govt's proposals to reform planning threaten to make new housing MORE car-dependent.

If you think housing should be built around walking, cycling & public transport, with local shops & services, please add your name to our #HomesWithoutJams campaign: https://t.co/ZwtUOLEHQ7 https://t.co/voy7rpnaJ7