Countries in a good shape have little to fear from a national Census usually undertaken every five or ten years. Infamously both the Soviet Union and China deferred their Census’ after catastrophic policies resulted in the deaths of millions from famine and purges. Wales must be wishing that the results of the 2011 Census could have been buried somewhere. This is because they speak of a nation facing an existential crisis.
- Wind turbine noise assessment guide published
- HS2 environmental statement consultation launched
- Pickles approves 300 Leicestershire homes
- Plans for 510-home Yorkshire scheme rejected
- High Court rejects London-Oxford rail link challenge
- Report identifies need for 93,000 homes in Cambridgeshire by 2031
- Trump alleges human rights breach over Aberdeenshire wind farm approval
- Go-ahead for south London energy-from-waste plant
- Major infrastructure projects hit by series of judicial review challenges
- Reforms will boost use of prior approval system
- Gareth E on Wales! Wales?: parts of my homeland are now poorer than Romania….
- Francis Iszatt on Wales! Wales?: parts of my homeland are now poorer than Romania….
- John Walls on Wales! Wales?: parts of my homeland are now poorer than Romania….
- Alan Stanton on Sydney needs a new planning system – and effective governance
- Toni McKenzie on Sydney needs a new planning system – and effective governance
Tag Cloudacademies Alicia Keys Andrew Stunell Australia baby bonds banking banking system Bank of England benefits big society bonds Boris Johnson borrowing branding Britishness Comprehensive Spending Review Decent Homes east London fair games George Osborne HCA Homes & Communities Agency housing supply inequality lifetime tenancies Locog National Regeneration Summit Neets New Labour Nick Clegg north-south divide Olympic Games Olympic legacy quantitative easing recession regeneration Regional Growth Fund social exclusion social housing social mobility Tower Hamlets Treasury Uncategorized welfare reform worklessness
May 2013 M T W T F S S « Feb 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31