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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