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The Neighbourhood Planning Bill 2016 – implications for developers

The Neighbourhood Planning Bill is the latest piece of legislation to be introduced with the aim of streamlining the planning process. We highlight two interesting proposals from the legislation.
04 November 2016

Public procurement: when is a development agreement not a public works contract?

A review of R (Faraday Development Ltd) v West Berkshire Council and another which offers guidance on how development agreements can be structured to fall outside the scope of public procurement law.
22 September 2016

Press release

Burges Salmon helps innogy and Statkraft secure consent for Triton Knoll Electrical System

Burges Salmon has advised innogy and Statkraft on the securing of a Development Consent Order (DCO) for its Triton Knoll Offshore Wind Farm electrical system. 
 
06 September 2016

Publication

Planning and CPO – Summer 2016

The summer edition of our planning and CPO newsletter covers judicial limits in judicial review, sustainable housing and more. 
14 July 2016

Brexit – the impact on planning and development

Brexit has a range of implications for planning in the short, medium and longer terms. These are hard to predict in terms of timing and detail, but it seems likely they will favour development.
14 July 2016

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The solution to the housing crisis?

Boswall and Minhinick discuss the key provisions of the Housing and Planning Bill and a number of decisions that have provided clarity on planning matters.
10 February 2016

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Planning a new legal landscape

Burges Salmon's Julian Boswall and Alex Minhinick discuss the impact of the government's planning policy for onshore wind farms, the first Welsh Assembly Planning Bill and significant recent cases.
14 December 2015

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The calm before the storm

Ahead of May's general election, Burges Salmon's Boswall and Minhinick discuss recent developments in planning law.
14 December 2015

Town and Village Green Wales Update

The Planning (Wales) Act 2015 came into force on 6 July 2015 and has further enhanced the legislative divide between England and Wales for planning matters in a number of ways.
08 September 2015

Affordable Housing Exemptions and Vacant Building Credit Quashed

A High Court decision has led to provisions introduced in the National Planning Policy Guidance in late 2014 relating to affordable housing exemptions and vacant building credit being quashed.
07 August 2015

Supreme Court upholds planning permission despite breach of EIA Regulations

In R  v. North Norfolk District Council , the Supreme Court laid down clear guidance for circumstances where judicial relief may be refused even where procedural irregularity has been established.
05 August 2015

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Deemed Discharge of Planning Conditions

Though the Town and Country Planning (Development Management Procedure) (England) Order is consolidatory, there are some differences such as introducing "deemed discharge" of planning conditions.
14 June 2015
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