Development and Planning Law

Author: Barry Denyer-Green,Navjit Ubhi

Publisher: Estates Gazette Limited

ISBN: 9780728205260

Category: Law

Page: 416

View: 3955


This book is the fourth edition of a standard work widely used by students and practitioners of estate management, surveying, valuation, planning and law. It has been extensively updated to reflect the most recent legal developments. * A highly regarded book written by experts with expertise and practical experience in this field * Extensively updated to reflect recent legal developments, especially the Planning Act 2008 * Provides a comprehensive outline of the law relating to development and planning

Development and Planning Law in New South Wales

Author: John Whitehouse,Fiona Harmsworth

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9781921701559

Category: City planning and redevelopment law

Page: 1527

View: 3919


This book will provide an analysis of the NSW planning system and will include key decisions, points of law and case summaries. John Whitehouse from Macquarie University, Sydney.

Planning Law and Practice

Author: J. Cameron Blackhall

Publisher: Psychology Press

ISBN: 9781859417485

Category: Law

Page: 448

View: 8599


The law relating to town and country planning has a major impact upon the physical environment and affects private citizens, landowners and developers alike. This third edition is a comprehensive text for students, practitioners and members of the general public on this difficult area of law. Following the Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004, the third edition of Planning Law and Practice contains a complete revision of plan-making and the control of development as well as incorporating recent case law. Together this provides up-to-date details of the operation of the current English planning system. The successful format adopted in the first edition of this book, which was awarded the Gold Award for Best Reference Work by the Chartered Institute of Building in 1999, has been retained. Planning legislation is dealt with in the main chapters, while further chapters use relevant case law to amplify the sometimes complex statutory material. In addition, the book outlines other areas of land law such as European legislation, non-planning controls and public investment.

Planning and Development Law in the Netherlands. An Introduction

Author: F.A.M. Hobma & P. Jong

Publisher: Instituut voor Bouwrecht

ISBN: 9463150129


Page: 151

View: 3954


‘Planning and Development Law in the Netherlands’ seeks to be an accessible introduction to the extensive field of planning law. The book covers both the ‘planning side’ (the formal system) and the ‘development side’ (including the interrelations between municipalities and developers). It is primarily intended for Dutch and international students. But also researchers and practitioners outside the Netherlands seeking information about Dutch Planning and Development Law may find this a useful introduction to this complex, yet highly relevant field. Fred Hobma and Pieter Jong are lecturers in Planning and ­Development Law.

Telling & Duxbury's Planning Law and Procedure

Author: Robert Duxbury

Publisher: OUP Oxford

ISBN: 0191580260

Category: Law

Page: 664

View: 6451


Telling & Duxbury's Planning Law and Procedure covers the fundamental principles of planning law in England and Wales. Now in its fourteenth edition, this guide to the complexities of planning law has been fully updated to take account of significant developments in legislation and case law since the previous edition's publication in 2005. This title comprehensively covers all aspects of planning law, with chapters on central and local administration, development, planning permission, environmental impact assessment, heritage protection conservation, and review by the courts and ombudsmen. This edition also examines the far-reaching changes to law and policy which were introduced by the Planning Act 2008. The book discusses the implications for planning decisions and local communities of the proposed Infrastructure Planning Commission to consider major infrastructure projects. Robert Duxbury also analyses developments in planning law such as the new policy on sustainability and regeneration including coverage of the Housing and Regeneration Act 2008. The book examines the impact of the new Local Development Frameworks on the planning process and their role in co-ordinating sustainable development so as to address the needs and concerns of both the local community and the developers. This new edition also considers the enhanced powers in planning matters given to the Mayor of London in Greater London under the Greater London Authority Act 2007. Written in a concise and user-friendly format, this book is an ideal resource for lawyers specialising in planning law, planning professionals, and students studying planning law, surveying, town planning, architecture, and environmental law.

Sustainable Development and Planning X

Author: G. Passerini,N. Marchettini

Publisher: WIT Press

ISBN: 1784662917

Category: Architecture

Page: 1024

View: 6344


This volume contains research from the 10th International Conference on Sustainable Development and Planning. The papers included in this volume form a collection of research from academics, policy makers, practitioners and other stakeholders from across the globe who discuss the latest advances in the field. Problems related to development and planning, which affect rural and urban areas, are present in all regions of the world. Accelerated urbanisation has resulted in deterioration of the environment and loss of quality of life. Urban development can also aggravate problems faced by rural areas such as forests, mountain regions and coastal areas, amongst many others. Taking into consideration the interaction between different regions and developing new methodologies for monitoring, planning and implementation of novel strategies can offer solutions for mitigating environmental pollution and non-sustainable use of available resources. Energy saving and eco-friendly building approaches have become an important part of modern development, which places special emphasis on resource optimisation. Planning has a key role to play in ensuring that these solutions as well as new materials and processes are incorporated in the most efficient manner. The application of new academic findings to planning and development strategies, assessment tools and decision making processes are all covered in this book.

Environmental and Planning Law in New South Wales

Author: Rosemary Lyster,Zada Lipman,Nicola Franklin

Publisher: Federation Press

ISBN: 9781862876309

Category: Environmental law

Page: 608

View: 7367


This comprehensive volume brings together in one place all the laws relating to the environment in New South Wales. With extensive coverage of Commonwealth and international legal instruments as applied in NSW, the book will be useful throughout Australia.

Planning Law and Practice

Author: David Butler,Noémi Byrd,Giles Atkinson

Publisher: Wildy, Simmonds & Hill Publishing

ISBN: 9780854901159

Category: Planning

Page: 210

View: 7301


Planning Law and Practice is a clear, comprehensive and up-to-date guide to Town and Country Planning Law providing an overview of the planning system and the latest policy and legislative changes including the impact of the National Planning Policy Framework. The book summarises the core legal principles applicable to each stage of the planning process and is divided into six chapters covering the following main topics:• Planning in England and Wales: an overview of the planning system, its organisation and purpose• Is planning permission required? identifying permitted development, understanding operational development and material change of use, applying for Certificates of Lawfulness for Proposed Use and for Existing Use• Applications for planning permission: understanding Applications for planning permission: understanding the Local Development Plan, development in specially protected areas, the pre-application process, the form and content of applications, retrospective applications• How planning applications are determined: the Local Planning Authority’s process from delegated decision-making to Committee decisions, Environmental Impact, Development Plan policies, supplementary planning guidance and material considerations, Planning Obligations (Community Infrastructure Levy and Unilateral Undertakings), Personal circumstances and private interests• The grant of planning permission: duration and effect of planning permissions, conditions and how they operate, how public rights of way affect grants of planning permission, the need for listed building consent, planning permission and interference with private rights (nuisance)• When planning permission is refused: When and how to appeal to the Secretary of State, the written representation procedure, Hearings, preparation for and appearance at Public Inquiries, the role of community groups, hearing and inquiry costs and how to avoid them, subsequent appeals to the High CourtPlanning Law and Practice will provide the non-specialist practitioner with a reliable and comprehensive map for navigating the planning system. It seeks to highlight the main issues and potential pitfalls, giving up- to- date case commentary where useful. This book will be invaluable for solicitors, barristers, legal executives, local government legal officers and planning officers.

Planning and Environmental Law in Ireland

Author: John Gore-Grimes

Publisher: A&C Black

ISBN: 1847663656

Category: Law

Page: 1230

View: 6089


This book has a highly practical focus, while providing an in-depth narrative on planning and environmental law in Ireland. Critically, it deals with the provisions for fast track planning as contained in Ireland's Planning and Development (Strategic Infrastructure) Act 2006. Providing up-to-date guidance for all legal practitioners dealing in these two complex areas, the book also includes specific guidance for conveyancers and planners.