This bundle is essential for any student studying planning, real estate and construction law as part of their wider degree programme. The books are also the ideal desk reference for the surveyor and legal expert.
Development and Planning Law
Written by two experienced experts on law and the UK planning system, Development and Planning Law is essential reading for anyone involved in building and construction, surveying, planning, and development and who need to know the law as it relates to their every day professional practice. The book is widely used by students and practitioners of real estate management, development, surveying, valuation, planning and law. It has been extensively updated to reflect the most recent legal developments, including the Localism Act 2011.
Compulsory Purchase and Compensation
Now in its 10th edition, no other book provides the same level of information on law relating to compensation in England and Wales while remaining readable and affordable. The preferred book on the subject, it is used by all professionals and is especially suited to those coming to this complex subject without a specific background in the law. Surveyors in particular will find this book invaluable.
Extensively revised to reflect the Localism Act 2011 and other recent changes to the law, Compulsory Purchase and Compensation remains the essential guide to this complex subject.
Development and Planning Law Introduction Part 1: The Scope of Development Control 2. Development Control and the Carrying Out of Operations 3. Development Control and Change of Use 4. Permitted Development Part 2: The Decision-Making Process 5. Planning Authorities 6. Development Plans, Documents and Neighbourhood Planning 7. The Planning Application 8. How a Local Planning Authority Determines a Planning Application 9. Planning Permissions, Conditions and Agreements Part 3: Special Controls 10. Listed Buildings, Conservation Areas and Other Special Areas 11. Advertisements and Other Controls 12. Trees, Minerals and Caravans 13. Environmental Controls Part 4: Positive Planning and Enforcement 14. Revocation, Modification and Discontinuance Orders 15. Enforcement 16. Development for Nationally Significant Infrastructure Projects and by Public Authorities Part 5: Rights and Remedies 17. Appeals and Inquiries 18.Purchase and Blight Notices 19. Compensation for Decisions 20. Judicial Supervision Part 6: Services and Highways 21. Water, Sewers, Gas and Electricity 22. Highways Part 7: The Betterment Problem 23. The Betterment Problem Compulsory Purchase and Compensation Part 1: The Power to Compulsorily Purchase Land 1. Introduction 2. The Need for Statutory Powers 3. The Sources of Compulsory Purchase Powers Introduction 4. Compulsory Purchase, Works and Development Consent Orders 5. Purchase and Blight Notices 6. Purchase and Disposal by Agreement Part 2: Exercising the Powers of Compulsory Purchase 7. Commencing a Compulsory Purchase 8. The Land: What is Acquired 9. Taking Possession and Conveyance 10. The Tribunals Service Part 3: Compensation for the Compulsory Purchase of Land 11. Introduction to the Assessment of Compensation for Land Acquired 12. Compensation for Land Acquired: Market Value 13. Statutory Planning Assumptions 14. The Effect of the Scheme 15. Depreciation or Enhancement of Retained Land: Compensation or Set-off 16. Compensation for Land Acquired: Special Cases 17. Compensation for Disturbance and Other Matters 18. Additional Payments 19. Compensation for Leasehold Interests and Tenancies 20. Compensation for the Acquisition of Agricultural Land 21. Special Compensation Procedures 22. Compensation and Tax Part 4: Worsenment: Compensation and Mitigation 23. Compensation for Activities 24. Mitigation of Injurious Effect of Public Works 25. Compensation for Decisions 26. Statutory Utilities: Compensation for Wayleaves and Damages 27. Human Rights