Legal News

Planning weekly highlights—22 October 2020

Published on: 22 October 2020
Published by: LexisPSL
  • Planning weekly highlights—22 October 2020
  • In this issue:
  • Planning conditions
  • How to interpret planning conditions (DB Symmetry v Swindon Borough Council)
  • Planning enforcement
  • Court advises on scope of SoS’s power to grant planning permission for matters constituting breach of planning control in enforcement notice (Bhandal v SSHCLG)
  • Contempt of court and service of injunctions on persons unknown (Secretary of State for Transport v Cuciurean)
  • Injunctions against unidentified defendants and alternative service (Enfield London Borough Council v Persons Unknown)
  • Compulsory purchase
  • Analysis of Welsh Government’s consultation on further reforms to compulsory purchase powers and procedures
  • More...

Article summary

This week's edition of Planning weekly highlights includes: court cases on the interpretation of planning conditions, the scope of the power to grant permission for matters constituting a breach of planning control in an enforcement notice, contempt of court and service of injunctions on persons unknown, injunctions against unidentified defendants and alternative service and LPAs’ discretion in making a TCPA 1990, s 102 order; a summary of the written statement to Parliament on the HS2 Budget; development consent orders for the Southampton to London Pipeline and West Burton C power station; the appointment of ARA Venn to operate the affordable housing guarantee scheme; the National Strategy for Flood and Coastal Erosion Risk Management in Wales; TCPA’s community guide for responding to the Planning White Paper; Natural England’s 2020 Heritage at Risk Register; and the government’s response to the Ministry of Justice consultation on proposed changes to the rules governing the departure from retained EU case law by UK courts and tribunals after IP completion day. or take a trial to read the full analysis.

Popular documents