Mayhem in Mulberry Place #TowerHamlets. Here are some of the answers. http://t.co/x3TvDzyhtCReplyRetweetFavorite
Election 2015: what would a Conservative win mean for the renewables sector? http://t.co/SutGDwtYJY http://t.co/dmbOLNmqBYReplyRetweetFavorite
Election 2015: What would a Labour win mean for the renewables sector? http://t.co/sRgo5Et2c1 http://t.co/Rjz5PUTvzZReplyRetweetFavorite
Fantastic scheme through Norwich City Council today http://t.co/654zpXGZAPReplyRetweetFavorite
RT @BrandonLewis: Am with @PlanningMag this morning for their #theplanningsummit speaking on reforms to the planning system, moving to loca…ReplyRetweetFavorite
Brandon Lewis "No local govt top down reorg - doesn't work. Must come from local agreement" #theplanningsummit http://t.co/zmroxhAe5IReplyRetweetFavorite
Brandon Lewis says councils and communities know areas far better than a suit in Gov ever can #theplanningsummit http://t.co/rc3SrkByWPReplyRetweetFavorite
John Adams (Deloitte) - market transaction should be significant weight in viability assessments. #theplanningsummit http://t.co/GEJpRPEPp3ReplyRetweetFavorite
Richard Garlick says planning helps balance developer needs with the acceptance of local people #theplanningsummit http://t.co/ai7GYCuQYhReplyRetweetFavorite
Heard the noise? York unanimously approve City centre student housingReplyRetweetFavorite
Riverside success in H&F last night. Well done to a great team! http://t.co/XCIAJopf1bReplyRetweetFavorite
Go West says Chancellor, with new housing zones across Somerset, Dorset and Gloucestershire #Budget2015ReplyRetweetFavorite
Budget promises unlocking of London riverside and brownfield sites - remains to be seen if developers and LPAs will deliver #Budget2015ReplyRetweetFavorite
Election 2015: Liberal Democrat view on future housing policy http://t.co/PKr6dYu3tJ http://t.co/KHjExjDx1GReplyRetweetFavorite
Election 2015: Conservatives and housing: more of the same? http://t.co/EIoxjyY472 http://t.co/lAdr3l0txNReplyRetweetFavorite
Another success for Thorncliffe and our client last night with a Housing scheme approval in Epping Forest. #london #planning #councilReplyRetweetFavorite
RT @PubAffairs: TOP #JOB Account Director @ThorncliffeComm £Competitive, London --> #PublicAffairs Jobs Board http://t.co/OcBTMptq2YReplyRetweetFavorite

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Election 2015: what would a Conservative win mean for the renewables sector?

16 April 2015 The renewables sector has not had an easy ride under the Conservative-led coalition government.

Election 2015: What would a Labour win mean for the renewables sector?

10 April 2015 As part of our series of articles in the run-up to the 2015 General Election, we consider what effect a Labour government would have on the renewables sector.
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