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GN08-13 Permitted Development Rights for the change of use of Offices (B1(a) to Residential (C3) (England only) - Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) Order 1995 - Part 3 Changes of use - new Class J
This Guidance Note explains and summarises the new permitted development rights, for change of use of existing offices to residential use that came into force on 30 May 2013.
[Professional Advice/Guidance notes] - [18 June 2013]
GN07-13 Permitted Development Rights for the Change of Use of Agricultural Buildings to a range of commercial uses (England only) - Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) Order 1995 - Part 3 Changes of use - new Class M
This Guidance Note summarises the new permitted development rights that allow change of use of existing agricultural buildings to a range of commercial uses, and the notification requirements. These new rights came into force on 30 May 2013.
[Professional Advice/Guidance notes] - [17 June 2013]
GN05-13 Horses and Planning
This guidance note is concerned with planning control of all uses which focus on horses, in particular with the keeping of horses and ponies for private leisure purposes, but also riding schools, livery and racing stables and stud farms.
[Professional Advice/Guidance notes] - [15 April 2013]
GN04-13 Getting heritage consents and heritage-relevant planning consents in England
This guidance note is the only substantive guidance on this subject written from the point of view of managers and owners of heritage. It gives advice on how to get listed building and planning consents for heritage-related proposals, i.e. proposals...
[Professional Advice/Guidance notes] - [25 March 2013]
GN03-13 Non-Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) Update - March 2013
This Guidance Note gives an update on the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) following the scheme's first year of operation. The note also provides an overview on key changes to the scheme following the Government response to the first consultation on the...
[Professional Advice/Guidance notes] - [20 March 2013]
GN02-13 Dealing with problem Heritage and Heritage at Risk
This Guidance Note is the only guidance on this subject written from the viewpoint of those who own and manage heritage. It is a brief introduction to the widespread problem of managing heritage which is in decay, usually because the cost of repairing...
[Professional Advice/Guidance notes] - [21 February 2013]
GN01-13 Rural Broadband Wayleaves
This Guidance Note offers advice to landowners as to the background to the need for rural wayleaves in order to roll out broadband to the final 1/3 of the rural area that is currently hard to reach. There are also attached agreements for the apparatus...
[Professional Advice/Guidance notes] - [6 February 2013]
Briefing Note - Forthcoming changes to permitted development rights to allow change of use of redundant agricultural buildings to other business uses, and change of use of commercial buildings to residential
on 24 January 2013, the Government announced proposals for forthcoming permitted development rights for change of use for: - redundant agricultural buildings to other business uses; and - B1 (a) Office use of C3 residential purposes These new...
[Professional Advice/Guidance notes] - [25 January 2013]
GN25-12 Feed In Tariff Update
This Guidance Note provides an overview and update on the changes to the Feed In Tariff incentive scheme for those considering renewable energy generation with links to the relevant Ofgem and DECC pages.
[Professional Advice/Guidance notes] - [2 January 2013]
Community Infrastructure Levy - New Government Guidance
The Government (Communities and Local Government) published new guidance for the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) on 14 December 2012. This guidance, which replaces earlier CIL guidance published in 2010, is in part, intended to end the practice of...
[Professional Advice/Guidance notes] - [21 December 2012]
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