Development and flood risk
Editions de l'Atelier, Apr 19, 2010 - Architecture - 48 pages
This planning policy on development and flood risk sets out the Government's national policies on different aspects of land use planning in England. Containing information on decision-making principles and applying a risk-based approach to flood risk assessments, the roles and responsibilities of parties involved.This publication replaces Planning Policy Statement (PPS) note 25 (2001, ISBN 9780117536111 and 2006, ISBN 9780117539747) and it should be read in conjunction with other Government planning policies for flood risk and water amanagement, including those set out in making Space for Water and forthcoming Water Framework Directive guidance
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