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Sweet & Maxwell's Planning Law: Practice and Precedents
Sweet & Maxwell's Planning Law: Practice and Precedents
Number of volumes: 1
Practice Area:  Planning Law
ISBN:  9780421388505
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Format:  Looseleaf
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Dealing with all aspects of town and country planning, and specifically written to help you solve the problems you are likely to face in daily practice, Planning Law: Practice and Precedents:

  • Contains chapters organised in a logical, transaction-based order to reflect the way you work
  • Provides a narrative explanation of the law and procedure relating to each topic, with references to the relevant statutes, SIs, policy and guidance, cases and published planning appeal decisions
  • Approaches each topic with both the applicant and the local planning authority in mind
  • Deals with the practical issues that both private sector and local authority practitioners come across in their day-to-day work
  • Includes regular updates, ensuring that all coverage is current and reliable
  • Includes an annual supplement containing a range of precedents and practical guidance on the use of official forms

Forthcoming coverage will include:

  • The revised National Planning Policy Framework and its developing application, including in relation to the ongoing challenges of volume housebuilding (e.g. the housing delivery test and the policy approach to housing land supply), energy (e.g. the implications of the Talk Fracking judgment), and conservation (e.g. the implications of People Over Wind)
  • Continuing coverage of the Planning Court and important related case law, including at a European level (alongside consideration of the planning and environmental implications of Brexit)
  • Ongoing coverage of the application of, and changes to, legislation in the area and related guidance, including: changes to permitted development rights; amendments to compulsory purchase powers and related MHCLG guidance; amendments to the rules that govern local authority land disposals; revisions to the Community Infrastructure Levy Regulations and pooling restrictions; and the Planning Practice Guidance

CONTENTS
  • Operational development
  • Material change of use
  • Planning permission: practice and procedure
  • Crown land and development by local authorities
  • Planning policies and the prospects of obtaining planning permission
  • Appeals to the Secretary of State and the High Court
  • Infrastructure – including highways and public paths
  • Lawful uses
  • The enforcement of planning control
  • Compensation for planning restrictions, purchase notices and planning blight
  • Environmental impact assessment
  • Advertisements
  • Gypsies and caravans
  • The built heritage
  • Nature conservation and natural beauty
  • Planning and pollution control
  • Minerals and waste

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Before each renewal period we will send you an annual subscription statement to enable you to review your subscriptions. You must tell us about any changes within 30 days of the subscription statement date after which you will be invoiced and your subscription(s) will continue for a further year.

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