The introduction of unitary development plans has fundamentally changed the nature of the development control process. This work consolidates all the legal and practical issues which arise in development plans. It examines both procedural issues in the planning process, such as pre-deposit draft plans, objections, and inquiry procedure, and specific policy areas, such as green belts, transport and housing. It aims to offer the practitioner a complete source of reference in this area of law.
|Publisher:||Sweet & Maxwell, Limited|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 1.25(h) x 9.00(d)|
About the Author
DAVID WALTON won the 2008 Philip K. Dick Award for his debut novel, Terminal Mind. He lives near Philadelphia. davidwaltonfiction.wordpress.com
Table of ContentsHistorical perspective
development plan procedures
content of the plan
environment and sustainability
open space and recreation
country strategies/rural areas
community benefits and planning obligations
minerals and waste
development plans and development control.