Telling & Duxbury's Planning Law and Procedure
Telling & Duxbury's Planning Law and Procedure covers the fundamental principles of planning law in England and Wales. Now in its fourteenth edition, this guide to the complexities of planning law has been fully updated to take account of significant developments in legislation and case law since the previous edition's publication in 2005. This title comprehensively covers all aspects of planning law, with chapters on central and local administration, development, planning permission, environmental impact assessment, heritage protection conservation, and review by the courts and ombudsmen. This edition also examines the far-reaching changes to law and policy which were introduced by the Planning Act 2008. The book discusses the implications for planning decisions and local communities of the proposed Infrastructure Planning Commission to consider major infrastructure projects. Robert Duxbury also analyses developments in planning law such as the new policy on sustainability and regeneration including coverage of the Housing and Regeneration Act 2008. The book examines the impact of the new Local Development Frameworks on the planning process and their role in co-ordinating sustainable development so as to address the needs and concerns of both the local community and the developers. This new edition also considers the enhanced powers in planning matters given to the Mayor of London in Greater London under the Greater London Authority Act 2007. Written in a concise and user-friendly format, this book is an ideal resource for lawyers specialising in planning law, planning professionals, and students studying planning law, surveying, town planning, architecture, and environmental law.
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