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A housing project on John Laing's Station Plaza site was granted planning permission, and the affordable housing obligation was erased in 2015. Still there is no sign of development getting under way.

Yes and no to government housing proposals

The government has promised to roll out new measures, aimed at both local planning authorities and developers, to tackle what it calls the ‘housing crisis’ and boost house-building. Council leader Peter Chowney welcomes some of the proposals but is less impressed with others. Nick Terdre reports.

Protests outside the Town Hall against planning permission for the Queensway Gateway road (photo: CHD).

Hastings: development or democracy?

How is local democracy bearing up in the face of the development-at-all-costs policy handed down by central government and eagerly embraced by local government? Not very well, in the opinion of Michael Madden, who argues that we must find our way back to a world in which our elected representatives act in our interests.

in-russian

Разработка идет о более чем строительство домов. Речь идет о строительных сообществ, которые является Поэтому мы хотим, чтобы люди уже живут и работают рядом с потенциальными изменения, которые будут вовлечены в первой возможности. Planning problem: Beware of the leopard!

Does the above make any sense to you, asks HOT’s John Knowles? Me neither: it might as was well be in Russian… Planning has a problem.

The Curzon (formerly Kinema) cinema, Norman Road, in the 1970s

What’s happening at Brookers?

A critical look at the plans for the development of the former Brookers store on Norman Road, St Leonards, by local resident John Knowles.

White Rock Baths, this area was last used as an ice-rink

Wanted: innovative ideas to use another Hastings wasted space!

Last Wednesday, Nick Sangster, the Council Officer in charge of the Coastal Users Group (CUG) organised a visit to the dis-used White Rock Baths for members of the CUG and other interested parties. Hastings Borough Council are looking for a tenant to take on this challenging but exciting space. Erica Smith attended, and spoke to Philip Oakley – a man who likes the challenge of re-inventing unloved spaces.

Posted 11:46 Wednesday, Aug 15, 2012 In: Home Ground Tags: , , , ,
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