planning permission

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planning permission

(in Britain) formal permission that must be obtained from a local authority before development or a change of use of land or buildings
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A new combined planning application will be submitted in spring 2020.
While an investigation is going ahead, it is inconceivable that the planning application at Great Altcar should be allowed to go ahead.
The council now faces being stripped of its powers to authorise blocks of flats or builds of 10 or more houses and control to approve planning applications going to a Government planning inspectorate.
According to a document, the planning application is for two "modern employment sites" which will cover an area of 7,503 sq m - larger than a professional football pitch.
LONDON (Alliance News) - Housebuilder and brownfield developer Inland Homes PLC on Wednesday reported continued progress for two of its UK planning applications.
In a letter to the consultants, DPEA case officer Marie Buchanan added: "We consider that the lodging of a planning application does not meet this criteria."
Planning application Acklam Hall is Middlesbrough's oldest complex of buildings and dates from the late 17th century when it was owned by cloth merchant William Hustler.
The statement read: "Whilst we await a decision on the planning application, we remain active and have several further meetings scheduled.
PLANNING consultancy Caulmert is alerting businesses of a change to the planning application process, which places the onus on applicants to carry out consultations prior to the submission of their planning application.
CHELSEA have submitted a planning application to rebuild Stamford Bridge into a 60,000-capacity stadium.
During the original planning application and documentation Cardiff Council gave an assurance to the residents of Rumney that when the land fill site closed and landscaped it would be returned to the community as a communal open space for residents to explore and wildlife to flourish, this was the case with the original Lamby flatlands.
SIR - We would like to address this open letter to Planning Minister Carl Sargeant : We refer to your recent meeting with officers from Cymdeithas yr Iaith Gymraeg to discuss your new draft Planning Bill, and specifically your comment that no county councillor has contacted you to express their concern that there is no way to oppose a planning application on the basis of the impact on the language.
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