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The Planning Court, a specialist court introduced to deal with reviews and challenges involving planning matters, has been operational for two years as of 6 April 2016.
As promised by the Chancellor, the stamp duty land tax 3% surcharge on "additional" residential properties acquired will come into force on April 1 2016, but disappointingly residential developers have not been given a relief from this extra cost
Blake Morgan and Savills, Oxford office, held their 9th annual joint planning seminar at Blake Morgan's Oxford offices on Thursday, 15 October 2015.
The House of Commons Library published a useful Briefing Paper titled "Planning Reform Proposals." The paper draws together the key planning reform measures taken and proposed since election of the Conservative Government back in May 2015.
We have picked through the Housing White Paper to identify these five key planning points for developers:
Thirteen London Councils grouped together to commission an independent Viability Report which was published in January this year.
This article was first published on LexisNexis on 19 January 2017. Planning analysis: Planning authorities and experts are often accused of being slow and unresponsive.
The higher rates of SDLT are intended to apply to purchases of additional residential properties, such as second homes and buy to let properties.
Planning analysis: New housing and planning regulations bring a mix bag of provisions into force.