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BUDGET 2017 – KEY ANNOUNCEMENTS AND BIDWELLS REACTION

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The 2017 Budget has serious policy decisions for the Golden Triangle area between Oxford, Cambridge and London, with significant ramifications across housing, transport infrastructure and planning policy.

Encouraging response from community to Kings House Hotel plans

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The project team behind the rejuvenation of the Kings House Hotel has been hugely encouraged by the response to its public information forum which was held on Saturday in St Mary’s Church Hall in Glencoe.

Seven spectacular years at top for Bidwells

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It’s a record seven years in a row at the top of the EG Cambridge office disposals league table for Bidwells.

Compulsory Purchase: Getting The Best Deal

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With a significant number of infrastructure projects either planned or underway across the country, compulsory purchase will impact more and more landowners.

Planning for the right homes in the right places - Consultation Response

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‘Planning For The Right Homes In The Right Places’ - Bidwells Voices Grave Concerns Over Likelihood Of Success

Bidwells and GLA Focus on the London Plan at the Annual RTPI London Summit

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On 30 November, the RTPI London is holding its Annual Summit at the Museum of London, which aims to explore issues affecting the London Planning community, the London Plan, ‘Good Growth’ and best practice across the Capital.

Harwell Campus to home new £65m Faraday Institution HQ

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Harwell Science and Innovation Campus has been selected to home the flagship Faraday Institution Headquarters, a new Government funded £65 million research institute charged with leading the UK’s research into energy storage and battery technology.

Bidwells Compiles Response To DCLG Consultation

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One of the UK’s leading property consultancies is submitting a response to the DCLG’s ‘Planning For The Right Homes In the Right Places’ Consultation Proposals.

Class Q – disused buildings could provide much needed income on many farms and estates

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Cath Anthony, Partner, Rural, investigates the opportunities and increased income available when changing the use of redundant agricultural buildings using Class Q Permitted Development right.
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