Latest news:
Main editorial comment: Issue 583 4 Nov 2011

Councils and communities

Local Transport Today

The Government says it wants to create a change of culture, where people are less anti-development. Consequently, many of the planning reforms, such as neighbourhood plans, aim to give residents more of a say on the future of their areas.

Ministers believe that residents say ‘not in my backyard’ because often they are not involved in plans, and therefore resist proposals, rather than trying to suggest changes. They hope that giving communities more of a say on what gets built near...

Add a comment

Join Local Transport Today subscribers and read this article in full...

Local Transport Today

1 Year

2 Year

Save 10%

3 Year

Save 15%

 

£140

 

£252

 

£357

+£4 VAT

+£7.20 VAT

+£10.20 VAT


Local Transport Today is dedicated to providing you with
detailed knowledge: essential to informed transport planning and project delivery.
All annual subscriptions include a 1 user licence for TransportXtra
Local Transport Today

 


 

TransportXtra only

An online-only subscription to TransportXtra  works out at less than £7.50 per month for all the latest issues and transport intelligence.
Subscribe or view multi-user packages.

 £90 + VAT

Not ready to subscribe? Take a 2 week free trial