Developers would be advised to include details of proposals to protect residents from noise issues ahead of the Bill’s anticipated passage this summer, advises Anjana Ghosh. This might include adequate sound proofing where there are existing music venues in the vicinity of a proposed residential development. What is an agent… Continue reading →
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In the labyrinthine world of planning laws, there are certain provisions which allow you to change the use of the building without having to apply for planning permission. These are known as permitted development rights. You may have come across them in the context of the slightly controversial “office to… Continue reading →
The government has left local planning in a state of confusion by replacing 1,000 pages of planning policy with 50 – only legal experts, not the community, will benefit. Please click here to read the full article published in The Guardian.