Butterworths Planning Law Service
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Why you should buy Butterworths Planning Law Service
Butterworths Planning Law Service is the complete guide for all those working in and advising on planning law in England and Wales. This comprehensive service guarantees you stay at the cutting edge of developments in your field.
This service is packed with practical guidance and incisive commentary from an experienced editorial team. It has been extensively revised and updated and includes full coverage and interpretation of the changes introduced by the Planning Act 2008, the Localism Act 2011 and the Growth and Infrastructure Act 2013. 2016 will see extensive updates relating to the Planning (Wales) Act 2015.
In addition, there are a range of time-saving standard forms and precedents plus a full library of relevant materials, including the latest Government guidance.
The service includes three updates per year. It is also available on the LexisLibrary online platform.
Table of contents
Division A: Planning Authorities, Policy and Plans; Precedents;
Division B: The Need for Planning Permission;
Division C: Obtaining Planning Permission; Precedents;
Division D: Additional Control and Powers; Precedents;
Division E: Regeneration and Economic Development; Precedents;
Division F: Enforcement of Planning Control; Precedents;
Division G: Appeals, Judicial Supervision and the Ombudsman. Precedents;
Division H: Compensation Precedents;
1. Principal Legislation;
2. Secondary Legislation;
3. European Material;
4. Planning Policy Statements;
5. Planning Policy Guidance;
6. Regional Spatial Strategies;
8. Mineral Policy Statements;
9. Mineral Policy Guidance;