Commentary

419 Planning decisions leading to compulsory purchase: purchase notices

AGRICULTURE vol 2(2)
| Commentary

419 Planning decisions leading to compulsory purchase: purchase notices

| Commentary

419 Planning decisions leading to compulsory purchase: purchase notices

The general principle within the modern planning system is that no compensation shall be paid for refusal of planning permission. That principle is modified slightly with the procedures for purchase notices contained in the Town and Country Planning Act1. This procedure authorises a person interested in land, if faced with refusal of planning permission, to submit a claim that, as a result of the refusal of planning permission, there is no longer any reasonably beneficial use of the land available. A notice making this allegation will be served on the person

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