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What's new in Planning

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The following features and improvements were added in July 2018 

  • New unique comprehensive suite of guidance on viability in planning decision-making, written in conjunction with top-rated surveyors and planning solicitors
  • New paralegal Daniel Farrow joined the team in October 2017 and new PSL Charlotte Truman joined the team in May 2018
  • Significantly boosted Q&A bank by 100+
  • New CPO practice notes on: special categories of land, powers of entry and temporary possession, public inquiries, hearings and written representations
  • Significantly enhanced subtopic on planning enforcement, including new practice notes on: enforcement notice appeals and challenges, failures to comply with planning enforcement
  • Significant enhancements to sub-topics on environmental impact assessment, neighbourhood planning, compulsory purchase, enforcement
  • Other new practice note and precedents including on: the planning regime for fracking, protected hedgerows, and a section 106 deed of indemnity