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Detailed information on a selection of the Planning Inspectorate's appeals casework decisions over a 5 year rolling period. The Appeals data file is temporarily unavailable. The dataset is currently being reviewed and r…
Historical and discontinued tables on planning applications.
The Planning Inspectorate publishes statistics relating to how the organisation is performing, the volume of cases that have been received and decided, and how many appeals have been allowed.
Live tables for statistics on planning applications at national and local planning authority level.
Tables showing the Planning Inspectorate quarterly and annual volume statistics information
Tables showing the Planning Inspectorate statistics, data tables and charts.
The 42nd monthly data release from the government’s Building Safety Programme.
The latest data tables on Energy Performance of Buildings Certificates.
Experimental statistics on Energy Performance of Buildings Certificates in England and Wales.
The 41st monthly data release from the government’s Building Safety Programme.
National Statistics about the number of planning applications made and permissions granted in England.
Provisional quarterly results for the third quarter of 2020/21. Northern Ireland planning volumes and processing performance data.
The latest data tables on housing supply: indicators of new supply.
An indication of the levels of and trends in new housing supply in England.
Tables showing the Planning Inspectorate Statistics, data tables and charts.
The 40th monthly data release from the government’s Building Safety Programme.
Information on estimates of cladding and leasehold dwellings, collected by MHCLG.
A Homes England commissioned research programme measuring the impact of Modern Methods of Construction deployment within the housing sector.
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