The Council has published Part 1 of its Brownfield Land Register which provides up-to-date and consistent information on brownfield sites that the Council considers as being appropriate for residential development.
The Government attaches great importance to Green belt. The fundamental aim of Green Belt policy is to prevent urban sprawl by keeping land permanently open; essential characteristics of Green belt are their openness and their permanence.
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If you are undertaking improvement or building work on your home, here is some useful advice.
The council provides a planning application site history service.
The Community Right to Bid came into force in September 2012 and allows you to nominate land and buildings to be listed as Assets of Community Value.
Through the Localism Act the government is giving local communities powers to have a direct say in the future development of their neighbourhood, parish or town. A Neighbourhood Plan is a planning document that guides and shapes development in the local area and is created by local people.
There are numerous hazards which affect and impact Doncaster
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