Planning Permission

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Bloomsbury Academic, Sep 24, 2015 - Law - 500 pages
This book covers the core of the UK's planning regime which is planning permission. It explains the need for planning permission, permitted development, planning applications, planning appeals, consequential High Court proceedings in the UK, and the interpretation of planning permission. It also provides details of the daily work of planning lawyers, consultants, and officers. The book is a practical and comprehensive guide and is essential reading for all planning lawyers and consultants. It will also appeal to property lawyers advising clients in this area. The appendices include the planning permission provisions of the UK's Town and Country Planning Act 1990 (broadly sections 55 to 106B), the English Development Management, Permitted Development and Use Classes Orders, the four sets of appeals rules and regulations, and extracts from the key circulars.

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Richard Harwood is a planning, environment and public law QC at 39 Essex Chambers. He was nominated Junior of the Year for Planning and Environmental Law at the 2011 Chamber Bar Awards and appointed Queen's Counsel in 2013. In 2014 he was awarded an OBE for services to planning and environment law decision making.He is a case editor of the Journal of Planning and Environment Law.

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