- Planning weekly highlights—7 February 2019
- In this issue:
- Planning appeals
- No material prejudice in fracking inquiry (Barlow v Secretary of State)
- Planning judicial and statutory review
- Court of Appeal issues guidance on scope for extension of six-week time limit for statutory planning challenges (Croke v SCLG)
- Permitted development
- Court confirms telephone kiosk fell outside permitted development rights
- Planning applications
- Court confirms need to explain inconsistency with earlier planning appeal decision (Gladman v Secretary of State)
- Commercialisation of livery stables capable of being material change of use (Johnson v RBWM)
- Planning and air quality
- Clean air strategy 2019—raising difficult expectations?
- Planning policy
- Secretary of State directs councils to take steps towards providing local plan
- Additional news—daily and weekly news alerts
- New and updated content
- Updated content
- Related content
This week’s Planning highlights include: court decisions regarding material prejudice in planning inquiries, the scope for extending the six-week time limit for statutory planning challenges, permitted development rights for telephone kiosks, the requirement for inspectors to decide applications consistently with previous similar decisions and whether the commercialisation of livery stables constitutes a change of use, analysis of the Clean Air Strategy 2019 and a Secretary of State letter to two local authorities yet to produce a local plan.
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