- Housing and Planning Act 2016—changes to development plans in force on 1 October
- What are the practical implications of the measures?
- Local planning
- Neighbourhood planning
- What local planning provisions come into force on 1 October?
- Power to direct amendment of local development scheme
- Power to give direction to examiner of development plan document
- Intervention by Secretary of State
- Secretary of State's default powers
- What neighbourhood planning provisions come into force on 1 October?
- LPAs: information about neighbourhood development plans
Planning analysis: Provisions in the Housing and Planning Act 2016 (HPA 2016) in relation to the Secretary of State’s intervention in local and neighbourhood plan-making, in force from 1 October 2016, aim to get plans in place more quickly, thereby speeding up the planning application process and providing further certainty for developers.
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