Commentary

57 Conditions relating to compensation for planning permission

AGRICULTURAL TENANCIES vol 2(1)

57 Conditions relating to compensation for planning permission

(b) Planning permission and routine improvements

57 Conditions relating to compensation for planning permission

The landlord’s written consent is a mandatory pre-condition for compensation1. There is no alternative of applying for arbitration. The consent should therefore be obtained before the application for planning permission is made. If the landlord refuses his consent to the planning permission, the tenant is still free to apply for the permission and to seek the arbitrator’s approval to the physical improvement or change of use in question. However, if the tenancy were to terminate before the physical improvement or change of use had been effected, the

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