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What are the advantages and disadvantages to a landowner of a planning application being made in the joint names of the land owner and developer? Should a landowner resist a clause that allows the developer to apply for planning permission in its sole name only?

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Published on LexisPSL on 14/07/2021

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  • What are the advantages and disadvantages to a landowner of a planning application being made in the joint names of the land owner and developer? Should a landowner resist a clause that allows the developer to apply for planning permission in its sole name only?

What are the advantages and disadvantages to a landowner of a planning application being made in the joint names of the land owner and developer? Should a landowner resist a clause that allows the developer to apply for planning permission in its sole name only?

The Town and Country Planning (Development Management Procedure) (England) Order 2015 (DMPO 2015), SI 2015/595, contains the various procedural rules for the submission, validation and determination of planning applications and it is the applicant for planning permission, rather than the owner of land affected by the application, who bears responsibility for complying with the rules under DMPO 2015, SI 2015/595. For example, the applicant is responsible for complying with the validation requirements, payment of the correct planning fee

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