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This case looks at the lawfulness and enforceability of the inclusion of "permit-free" obligations within Section 106 Agreements which seek to restrict future occupants from applying for a permit to park on the highway.
Our popular Pop-up Planning series continued with an exploration of basement extensions Wednesday night.
Blake Morgan's planning team were pleased to assist the Council of the City in the submission of an application that will see the most coherent redevelopment of the city centre since gaining city status in 1969.
The Supreme Court issued its decision dismissing both appeals by Suffolk Coastal District Council and Cheshire East Borough Council. The appeals related to the proper interpretation of the hotly contested paragraph 49 of the NPPF.
The Neighbourhood Planning Act 2017 covers the Government's reform of compulsory purchase. The Act includes compulsory purpose measures include a right to take temporary possession and the no-scheme principle for compensation.
Whilst the NPA is broadly applicable to England and Wales, these provisions relate only to England and are another example of the ever increasing divergence in planning law with Wales.
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.