Planning Enforcement

By: Richard Harwood QC
ISBN: 9781526506726

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About Planning Enforcement

Planning enforcement is one of the most diverse and complex areas of law. It is primarily concerned with the taking of steps against development carried on without planning permission or in breach of conditions on a planning permission. These powers are principally contained in Part VII of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990. They were heavily amended by the Planning and Compensation Act 1991. Subsequent amendments have been made... Read more

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About Planning Enforcement

Planning enforcement is one of the most diverse and complex areas of law. It is primarily concerned with the taking of steps against development carried on without planning permission or in breach of conditions on a planning permission. These powers are principally contained in Part VII of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990. They were heavily amended by the Planning and Compensation Act 1991. Subsequent amendments have been made in the Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004 (introducing temporary stop notices) and the Localism Act 2011 (dealing with time limits and advertising enforcement).

Key topics explored and analysed in Panning Enforcement, Third Edition include:

– the parallel enforcement provisions for listed buildings, conservation areas and the remainder of the historic environment
– similar provisions for hazardous substances
– a batch of powers in Part VIII of the TCPA 1990 on trees, tidying up land and advertising
– enforcement of planning obligations.
– the Community Infrastructure Levy and the new development consent regime for nationally significant infrastructure projects under the Planning Act 2008
– the Human Rights Act as decisions to carry out enforcement are affected by the Act as well as a raft of duties such as the Public Sector Equality Duty and responsibilities towards children.

Planning Enforcement, Third Edition complements Planning Permission and Planning Policy, offering a comprehensive and authoritative Bloomsbury Professional library for the planning practitioner.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Breach of Planning Control
Chapter 3: Time Limits on Enforcement
Chapter 4: The Decision to Enforce and the Developer’s Response
Chapter 5: Obtaining Information
Chapter 6: Enforcement Notices
Chapter 7: Appeal against an Enforcement Notice
Chapter 8: Challenges to Enforcement Notices
Chapter 9: Enforcing Enforcement Notices: Prosecution and Direct Action
Chapter 10: Environmental Impact Assessment
Chapter 11: Stop Notices
Chapter 12: Temporary Stop Notices
Chapter 13: Breach of Condition Notices
Chapter 14: Injunctions
Chapter 15: Discontinuance, Revocation and Maintenance of Land
Chapter 16: Historic Environment
Chapter 17: Trees and Hedgerows
Chapter 18: Advertising Control
Chapter 19: Planning Obligations
Chapter 20: Hazardous Substances
Chapter 21: Nationally Significant Infrastructure Projects
Chapter 22: Community Infrastructure Levy
Chapter 23: Lawful Development Certificates

Publishing Details

Publication Date: 24 January 2019
ISBN: 9781526506726
Binding: Paperback
Edition: 3

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