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Vol 23 No 4 April/May 2018

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Localism and Planning


ISBN13: 9781847669452
Published: May 2012
Publisher: Bloomsbury Professional
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £85.00



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Localism and Planning looks beyond the political sound bites to examine the practical, legal and administrative implications of the most radical reforms to the UK planning system in 40 years. For the first time, and in one volume, this brand new title brings detailed commentary together on the vast range of legislative and policy changes that amount to the coalition Government’s “localism” agenda for planning reform.

Localism and Planning sets out and explains the changes introduced by the Localism Act as well as the introduction of the Community Infrastructure Levy, Local Enterprise Partnerships, the National Planning Policy Framework, the abolition of the regional strategies, and a number of other legislative and policy changes.

Whatever area you work in, Localism and Planning has all the practical guidance you need. While the main bulk of the book clearly explains which changes have been made, the final chapter considers what they will mean in practice for developers, local authorities and communities, particularly highlighting how to take advantage of new opportunities and how to tackle new obstacles. Overall this book will help you shift your mindset to work within this brand new system. Most helpfully the book also contains extensive cross-referencing to original source material thus making it an invaluable aid to legal, planning and political research. The comprehensive list of contents and appendices cover every essential area of the planning reforms.

Subjects:
Planning Law
Contents:
Chapter 1 Introduction
Chapter 2 May 2010 to April 2012, the changes unfold
Chapter 3 Local authorities' powers and duties
Chapter 4 Community empowerment
Chapter 5 Abolition of regional strategies
Chapter 6 Neighbourhood planning
Chapter 7 Consultation before applying for planning permission
Chapter 8 Enforcement against breaches of planning control
Chapter 9 Community Infrastructure Levy
Chapter 10 Nationally Significant Infrastructure Projects
Chapter 11 London
Chapter 12 Other legislative and administrative changes
Chapter 13 Local Enterprise Partnerships, enterprise zones
Chapter 14 National Planning Policy Framework
Chapter 16 Navigating the system.
Appendices
Territorial extent of the Act
From a Bill to an Act: The stages undergone by the Localism Bill
Is it in force?
List of documents replaced by the NPPF.