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Where an outline permission has been granted and a subsequent section 73 application to amend a condition of the outline permission is granted, there then exists two separate permissions. Can a reserved matters application be made pursuant to both the section 73 application and the original outline permission or does it have to be made pursuant to one permission only?

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Published on LexisPSL on 08/05/2018

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  • Where an outline permission has been granted and a subsequent section 73 application to amend a condition of the outline permission is granted, there then exists two separate permissions. Can a reserved matters application be made pursuant to both the section 73 application and the original outline permission or does it have to be made pursuant to one permission only?

Where an outline permission has been granted and a subsequent section 73 application to amend a condition of the outline permission is granted, there then exists two separate permissions. Can a reserved matters application be made pursuant to both the section 73 application and the original outline permission or does it have to be made pursuant to one permission only?

It is a fundamental principle of the planning system that a successful section 73 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 application will result in the grant of a new planning permission,

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