The future of time-limited permitted development rights (England)

This Government consultation (England-only) invited views on the possible extension of two limited and time-limited Covid-related permitted development rights established in 2020-21: Class BB, allowing ‘moveable structures’ in the curtilage of defined ‘historic visitor attractions’ and of pubs and restaurants; and Class BA, on local authority markets. This CLA response suggests extending Class BB on a permanent basis. It also (though this was not part of the consultation) sets out a case for continuing the 2020-21 Class BA extension of 28 days to 56 days for one more year (ie for 2022).

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Jonathan Thompson
Jonathan Thompson Senior Heritage Adviser

The future of time-limited permitted development rights (England)

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