Planning Law: Practice and Precedents is a quick and practical reference work. It has been specifically designed to aid the planning practitioner in solving problems which occur in daily practice.
* Contents arranged in a logical, transaction-based order
* The law and procedure relating to each topic is fully explained in the narrative
* There are over 150 relevant precedents in a separate A4 paperback. This is re-issued every year and, when necessary, updated more frequently in a separate section in the looseleaf binder
Include: Operational development. Material change of use. Planning permission - practice and procedure. Crown land and development by local authorities. Planning policies and the prospects of obtaining planning permission. Appeals. Infrastructure including highways and public paths. Lawful and established uses. Enforcement of planning control. Compensation, purchase notices and planning blight. Environmental assessment. Advertisements. Gypsies and caravans. The built heritage. Nature conservation. Planning and pollution control. Minerals and waste.