Michael Harman, Planning Law Solicitor and Partner at Holmes & Hills highlights changes to legislation relating to the upwards extension of housing.
The Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government has received a jointly written letter from the Planning and Environmental Law Committees of the City of London Law Society and the Law Society...
Steven Hopkins discusses the impact that the Government's measures for tackling Coronavirus are having on planning appeals, highlighting the main points arising from the Planning Inspectorate ('PINS') statement dated 25th March 2020.
Michael Harman discusses operational changes made by the Planning Court in order to allow it to continue conducting its business, as well as the implications of these changes.
The government introduces Class DA permitted right in order to support businesses and the availability of food supply.
Time limits for implementing a planning permission and submitting a reserved maters application to a local authority remain the same. Commercial viability of sites will be under scrutiny...
Jo Lilliott puts the spotlight on 78 of the Coronavirus Act 2020 and its important implications for Planning Committee meetings.
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