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The Effective Enforcement of Planning Controls

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Denzil MillichapMember of the Planning Group, Norton Rose

ISBN13: 9780406119407
ISBN: 0406119406
Published: January 1991
Publisher: LexisNexis Butterworths
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

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This book, in covering all aspects of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 and the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990, is designed to be of interest not only to lawyers in local authorities but also to private practice lawyers. The book concentrates particularly on the full range of enforcement powers available under the planning legislation and indicates how these powers may be used to the best effect.

The advice given also covers the importance of using other ""environmental law"" controls and stresses the need for a ""strategic approach"" to enforcement.;In addition to its wide coverage, and its discussion of the innovative use of ""the law"", this text also discusses the importance of the institutional and organizational response to problems. In combining a broad and imaginative discussion of the law and enforcement practice this text has a depth and breadth not found in rival texts.

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Part 1 Introduction - institutional design; the strategic approach; the co-ordination of enforcement, forward planning and development control.
Part 2 Mainstrem enforcement: discovering the breach; formal action; the enforcement report; legal department; the enforcement notice; stop notices; compliance checks; default powers; prosecutions; injunctions; the enforcement contract.
Part 3 Listed buildings and conservation areas: special ""conservation"" issues; default power; prosecutions; conservation area enforcement notices.
Part 4 Advertisements: overview of relationship with mainstream control - enforcement notices and stop notices; flyposting; discontinuance action.
Part 5 Trees, minerals and waste disposal and miscellaneous: discontinuance notices; planning agreements; wasteland notices; crown land; monuments; archaeological areas; enterprise zones and simplified planning zones.