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Permission in principle definition

What does Permission in principle mean?

A type of automatic planning consent for housing-led development allocated in an adopted local plan or neighbourhood plan, or included in a local brownfield register. The result of permission in principle, together with a grant of technical details consent, is a grant of full planning permission.

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