Keep ahead of the game-two new trackers

How useful would it be for you to open up your inbox and find a summary of the latest appeals where there has been significant discussion on the NPPF, CIL (Community infrastructure Levy) or Section 106 obligations?

From DCS Ltd, publishers of the searchable appeals database COMPASS and the development control resource DCP, comes two new Planning Appeals Trackers.

Every week, our Planning Appeals Tracker service keeps you ahead of the game, with a summary of appeals selected and abstracted just for you by experienced professionals. It's the fastest and most comprehensive planning appeals update service available anywhere.

1. The NPPF Tracker includes appeals where there has been significant discussion on a particular aspect of the NPPF.  
2. The CIL and Section 106 Tracker includes appeals on where CIL has been an issue, interpretation of CIL tests and judging of section 106 planning obligations against the new CIL regulations.

These two new Trackers give you:
•    Speed – appeals are 11 days post-decision date max
•    Convenience – relevant appeals direct to your inbox weekly
•    Reliability – avoid mistakes that come from personal research
•    Authority – compiled by senior planning professionals.

Subscribe to keep right up to date with the most important and significant NPPF and/or CIL and Section 106 planning appeals.

Get a FREE sample(s) on either tracker today and road test the most frequent appeals resource available. Call us for your sample(s) or to subscribe on 01452 835 820 or email dcs@haymarket.com.


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