- THE BUDGET HOUSING DEBATE: ELECTION 2015 STARTS HERE
25/03/2013 Politicians of all parties have long recognised the drag that poor housing supply and construction activity place on the economy. And they took centre stage at last week’s Budget, with mixed reaction highlighting battle lines ahead of the General Election.read more
- Autumn Statement: Capital spend up, but how many spades in the ground?
10/12/2012 Considering the difficult economic news, George Osborne gave a steady performance for his Autumn Statement this week. With the disappointing response of opposite number Ed Balls playing a role, the Chancellor had an easier ride than some expected. read more
- CLG and the reshuffle - focus on growth or politics as usual?
07/09/2012 The phrase “It’s the economy, stupid!” has been ringing in the ears of politicians since it was first coined twenty years ago. Today, it is more relevant than ever. read more
- The economy: Housing comes into the spotlight
04/09/2012 As the UK’s economy sits stubbornly in recession, there is broad agreement that building more homes is a crucial part of the recovery, but the Coalition Government is finding that achieving this is easier said than done. read more
- NPPF: from national controversy to local debate Lexcomm
27/03/2012 The Government hopes that publication of the NPPF will show it is serious about delivering the growth it has staked its political credibility on.read more
- Property Lexcomm: Will infrastructure deliver growth?
30/11/2011 We look at the Autumn Statement and ask if the Government's strategy of investing in infrastructure will deliver much needed growth.read more
- Property Lexcomm: A view from the conferences
07/10/2011 The climax of party conference season saw ministers take a softer line on planning reform .read more
- Power To The People: The Localism Bill
13/12/2010 The long awaited localism bill is finally published today.read more
- Lexington’s Property Bulletin: NOVEMBER 2010
02/11/2010 Countryside Properties; ‘Build to let’ to provide affordable housing in London; Lexington brief eco-towns; Making localism work; Keep informed of the big political issuesread more
- Lexington’s Property Bulletin: AUGUST 2010
06/08/2010 Pickles pushes ahead with reform; Reassuring messages; The opportunity of localism; Peel secure Wirral Waters scheme; MPs to scrutinise regional planning reform; Local Enterprise Partnerships launched; Government introduce new schools; New public engagement guide launchedread more
- Lexington’s Property Bulletin: MAY 2010
25/05/2010 Coalition Government to scrap IPC and regional plans; The Decentralisation and Localism Bill; A test for the coalition; New face at DCLG: Andrew Stunell MPread more
- Lexington’s Property Bulletin: MARCH 2010
01/03/2010 Lexington get go-ahead for housing scheme in Lewisham; Government publish climate change policy; HBF launch property manifesto; Government announce route for high speed rail linkread more
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