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Planning Permission

ISBN13: 9781780434919
Published: February 2016
Publisher: Bloomsbury Professional
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £135.00

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Planning Permission covers the core of the planning regime which is planning permission. It explains the need for planning permission, permitted development, planning applications, planning appeals, consequential High Court proceedings and the interpretation of planning permission. It gives details of the daily work of planning lawyers, consultants and officers.

It is a practical and comprehensive guide to planning permission and essential reading for all planning lawyers and consultants and will also appeal to property lawyers advising clients in this area.

The appendices include the planning permission provisions of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 (broadly sections 55 to 106B), the English Development Management, Permitted Development and Use Classes Orders, the four sets of appeals rules and regulations, and extracts from the key circulars.

Planning Law
1. Outline of the planning system and underlying principles
2. The meaning of development
3. The Use Classes Order
4. The need for planning permission
5. Permitted development rights
6. Planning applications
7. Requirements of applications
8. The application process
9. Environmental Impact Assessment
10. Determining planning applications
11. Application of policy
12. Habitats
13. The decision making process
14. Policy substance – NPPF
15. London
16. Planning conditions
17. Planning Obligations
18. The issue of planning permission
19. Planning permission for variations and retrospective consents: Section 73 and 73A
20. Non-material variations
21. Reserved matters and approval of details under conditions
22. Interpretation of planning permission
23. Community Infrastructure Levy
24. Call-ins and the role of ministers
25. Planning Appeals – preliminaries and tactics
26. Householder appeals
27. Written representations
28. Hearings
29. Inquiries
30. High Court challenges
31. Complaints and the correction of errors
32. Other means of obtaining planning permission – development orders, deemed planning permission and Simplified Planning Zones.