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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


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


The Queens Speech ; Implications for Planning, Energy and Housing

The Queen’s Speech details legislation to be introduced by the Government over the next 12 months. This briefing provides a summary of the proposals and implications for planning, energy and housing.
03 June 2015


Planning & CPO ; Spring 2015

Welcome to the Spring 2015 issue of our Planning & CPO newsletter, in which we consider current issues and news in planning law in the run up to the General Election.
05 May 2015


Infrastructure Act

The Infrastructure Act received Royal Assent on 12 February 2015. This briefing summarises the main development-related provisions.
19 February 2015

Residential development: the Vacant Building Credit – an unexpected bonus?

Why is Vacant Building Credit (VBC) making the headlines?
12 February 2015

Planning obligations – all change from 6 April

Never say never; on 6 April 2015 the key change to the planning system introduced by the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) Regulations 2010 will finally take effect.
03 February 2015


HS2: compensation for owner-occupiers

This briefing summarises the different compensation schemes that are available to compensate owner-occupiers affected by the construction of the Phase 1 HS2 route (London to Birmingham).

19 January 2015


Planning Reforms announced in National Infrastructure Plan and Autumn Statement

The Chancellor made a series of announcements last week as part of the launch of the 2014 National Infrastructure Plan and Autumn Statement. 
12 December 2014

Village greens – still a potential menace for developers

Applying to register a TVG has become a standard weapon in the armoury of those seeking to prevent the development of open land. However, can cut offs provoke applications?
05 November 2014


Planning & CPO - Autumn 2014

Welcome to the Autumn 2014 issue of our Planning & CPO newsletter, in which we aim to keep you informed of current issues and news in planning law.
17 October 2014

Discharging Planning Conditions – Hope for Developers

Developers will be interested in the progress of the Infrastructure Bill which is today (14 October 2014) being reviewed in Committee by the House of Lords.
13 October 2014
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