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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]
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]
GN23-12 Planning Related Fees Increase (England only)
This Guidance Note provides information about the recent planning related fee increase, which came into effect on 22 November 2012
[Professional Advice/Guidance notes] - [27 November 2012]
GN21-12 Article 4 Directions (Town and Country General Permitted Development) Order 1995
CLA members are keen users of permitted development rights. But planning authorities are currently able to limit the effect of permitted development rights by issuing what is known as an article 4 direction. This Guidance Note explains the powers that...
[Professional Advice/Guidance notes] - [3 October 2012]
GN17-12 Planning Application Fees to rise in October 2012
This guidance note provides CLA members with advance warning that planning application fees will increase by 15% from this coming autumn. This is likely to mean on or around 1 October 2012. The Planning Minister, Greg Clark, has announced that the...
[Professional Advice/Guidance notes] - [19 July 2012]
GN14-12 Permitted Development Rights for the Installation of Non-Domestic Microgeneration Equipment
This Guidance Note explains new Part 43 of the Town & Country Planning (General Permitted Development) Order 1995 (GPDO Part 43) which confers permitted development rights for the installation of specified types of micro-generation equipment on...
[Professional Advice/Guidance notes] - [15 May 2012]
GN11-12 Permitted Development Rights for Forestry Buildings and Operations
This Guidance Note explains Part 7 of the Town & Country Planning (General Permitted Development) Order 1995 (GPDO Part 7) which refers to permitted development rights for forestry buildings and operations. It also reflects Government clarification...
[Professional Advice/Guidance notes] - [30 April 2012]
GN10-12 Permitted Development Rights for Agricultural Buildings and Operations
This Guidance Note explains Part 6 of the Town & Country Planning (General Permitted Development) Order 1995 which refers to permitted development rights for agricultural buildings and operations. It has been updated to take account of Government...
[Professional Advice/Guidance notes] - [23 April 2012]
Briefing Note: National Planning Policy Framework
The Government published the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) for England on 27 March 2012 and is in force from this date. The Minister for Planning, Greg Clark, during his statement to Parliament suggested a debate on its content would take...
[Professional Advice/Guidance notes] - [17 April 2012]
GN03-12 Permitted Development Rights for Temporary Buildings and Uses Land
This Guidance Note explains Part 4 of the Town & Country Planning (General Permitted Development) Order 1995 which concerns permitted development rights for temporary buildings and uses of land.
[Professional Advice/Guidance notes] - [5 March 2012]
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