Seminar Paper – The Changing Face of Development Control: duration, use classes and temporary stop notices (January 2006, Richard Harwood)

Seminar Paper – The Changing Face of Development Control: duration, use classes and temporary stop notices (January 2006, Richard Harwood)


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This paper was originally presented at a seminar in Chambers in January 2006.

“An important change is made by section 51 which amends sections 73, 91 and 92 of the 1990 Act and sections 18 and 19 of the Listed Buildings Act seeking to reduce the life of planning permissions, listed building and conservation area consents from five to three years, although authorities may still direct that longer or shorter periods should apply where appropriate.  The Act provides the default time condition in the absence of an express condition, although the Government envisage that they will be the normal approach…”


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