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Planning Controls and Their Enforcement

Planning Controls and Their Enforcement
Number of volumes: 1
Series:  Sweet & Maxwell's Tax Library
Practice Area:  Planning Law
ISBN:  9780721904955
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Format:  Looseleaf
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Planning Controls and their Enforcement is a concise, single-volume text which provides a clear introduction to the planning regime and the enforcement process:
  • Gives a clear explanation of the concept of development
  • Explains when planning permission is required for development and how it is granted
  • Outlines the process for making a planning application, matters for the LPA to take into account in considering an application, and the imposition of conditions and limitations
  • Looks at the consequences of breach of planning control, including enforcement notices, appeal against an enforcement notice and non-compliance with an enforcement notice, as well as stop notices, breach of condition notices and injunctions
  • Explains planning agreements and obligations
  • Considers special areas such as buildings of special architectural or historical interest, tree preservation, advertisements, land adversely affecting amenity, hazardous substances, hedgerows, Crown land, and nationally significant infrastructure projects
  • Looks at the community infrastructure levy (CIL)
  • Discusses appeal procedures

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  1. Development
  2. Planning Permission
  3. Planning Applications
  4. Conditions and Limitations
  5. Operation of Planning Permission
  6. Consequences of Breach of Planning Control
  7. Enforcement Notices
  8. Appeal to Secretary of State against Enforcement Notice
  9. Appeals and Applications to the High Court
  10. Application direct to the High Court
  11. Non-compliance with an Enforcement Notice
  12. Stop Notices, Breach of Condition Notices and Injunctions
  13. Continuing effect of Enforcement Notice
  14. Termination of Authorised Development
  15. Planning Agreements and Obligations
  16. Buildings of Special Architectural or Historical Interest
  17. Tree Preservation
  18. Advertisements
  19. Land adversely affecting Amenity
  20. Hazardous Substances
  21. Hedgerows
  22. Crown Land
  23. Nationally Significant Infrastructure Projects
  24. Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL)
  25. Appeal Procedures
  26. Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act 2013 and Growth and Infrastructure Act 2013


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