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Planning weekly highlights—19 November 2020

Planning weekly highlights—19 November 2020
Published on: 19 November 2020
Published by: LexisPSL
  • Planning weekly highlights—19 November 2020
  • In this issue:
  • Permitted development
  • Judicial review of PD and Use Class changes dismissed (Rights Community Action v SSHCLG)
  • Planning conditions, obligations and CIL
  • Court of Appeal rules on meaning of ‘actual sales revenue received’ for purpose of calculating s 106 contributions (Morris Homes v Cheshire West and Chester Council)
  • Planning practice guidance on community infrastructure levy changed
  • Section 106 insights—part one—how to retain flexibility in drafting; ensuring the final s 106 obligation remains attractive to funders; and the steps to be taken to maintain development cash flow
  • Planning policy
  • Court finds no error in dealing with highways impact in consenting retirement housing (Hawkhurst PC v Tunbridge Wells BC)
  • More...

Article summary

This week's edition of Planning weekly highlights includes: the dismissal of the judicial review of the permitted development and Use Class changes; a Court of Appeal ruling on the meaning of ‘actual sales revenue received’ for the purpose of calculating s 106 contributions; updated CIL guidance; the HS2 Land and Property Review 2020; the grant of development consent for the A303 Stonehenge project; and other court decisions relating to highways impact on development, the duty to cooperate in local plan production and affordable housing conditions. or take a trial to read the full analysis.

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