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Practical Planning

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ISBN13: 9780752000626
ISBN: 0752000624
Published: December 1994
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print



This book offers practical explanation and step-by-step guidance from the points-of-view of the enforcing authority and the landowner or others whose interests may be affected. The author, a specialist in planning law, breaks down the seemingly incomprehensible legislation for enforcement, as well as the equally complex case law, into easily understandable sections. She takes full account of the Planning and Compensation Act 1991 which greatly increased the powers given to local authorities to control development. The text also benefits from the expertise of Consultant Editor Charles Mynors, a leading authority in the field of planning law. Practical Plannng: Enforcement provides in one accessible volume all the information needed on the enforcement of planning control - saving time and effort in practice. Its coverage includes: * enforcement notices * planning contravention notices * stop notices * breach of condition notices * appeals to the Secretary of State * appeals to the High Court * lawful development certificates * special controls Problems requiring particular attention are highlighted, procedures are suggested and model notices, timetables, checklists and references to

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Subjects:
Planning Law
Contents:
1. Introductions2. Developments3. Information gatherings4. Power to take enforcement actions5. Time limitss6. Enforcement noticess7. Stop noticess8. Breach of condition notices9. Appeal to the Secretary of States10. Public inquiriess11. Appeal to the High Courts12. Remedies for non-compliances13. Certificates of lawfulness of existing use or development and certificates of lawfulness of proposed use of developments14. Listed buildings and conservation areass15. The control of minerals plannings16. Special controls.