This short response sets out the CLA's response to the consultation on the guidance for local authorities on incentivising landowners to bring forward additi
The CLA remains fundamentally opposed to the coastal access provisions of the Marine and Coastal Access Act. 84% of the English coast already enjoys some form of public access and, as such, the imposition of a new and complex set of regulatory requirements on top of what already exists seems wholly unnecessary.
This consultation response sets out the CLA's evidence, supplied by members, for the Penfold Review call for evidence. It includes evidence under the following headings: Heritage, environmental permits, protected species, utilities, highways, public rights of way, village greens, buildings regulations, pre-application advice etc.
This document sets out our response to the DEFRA draft circular for National Parks and the Broads. The CLA is very concerned over the lack of acknowledgemen
The CLA welcomes the draft code which closely mirrors the Game Farmers' Association Code and which we were pleased to assist with on the stakeholder working group.
CLA has responded to Defra's consultation on proposed changes to the Countryside and Rights of Way Act 2000 to accommodate the new right of access to the coast.
The CLA considered the document and welcomes much of it as part of the long slow return to normality. However there are times where we despaired at the lack of joined up government, and other times when we felt there may be a danger of micro-managing situations for no discernable public benefit
After years of CLA lobbying on permitted development, a July 2009 Government consultation Improving permitted development proposed new permitted de
The CLA has lobbied for years for the information required with planning applications to be proportionate. Local authorities clearly need enough information
The CLA's response to the Community Infrastructure Levy consultation sets out our concerns over its content and our opposition to the CIL because it will hav