What's new in DCP Issue 127 (July 2014)

The following details the sections that have been updated as part of the Issue 127 (July 2014) revision to DCP.

The sections that have been updated this issue relate to assets of community value (4.144) where the presence of such a designation is dealt with, part 2 and 3 of the GPDO (4.3423) and in particular the large number of additional classes that have recently been added to Part 3, rural reconstruction and replacement (9.6) where the four key factors in testing for abandonment are examined, walls and fences (12.3) where key court and appeal cases relating to permitted development rights have been included and fish farming (22.2) where new marine fish farm regulations are outlined.

We have also added the following documents to the DCP online appendix:-

  • Development Management Procedure and Section 62A Applications (England) (Amendment) Order 2014

  • Improving planning performance: criteria for designation (revised 2014)

  • BRE National Solar Centre Biodiversity Guidance for Solar Developments

  • Local Planning and Renewable Energy Developments

  • Control of Advertisements (Scotland) Amendment Regulations 2014

  • Permitted development for householders Technical Guidance

  • General Permitted Development (Scotland) Amendment Order 2014

  • General Permitted Development (Scotland) Amendment (Amendment) Order 2014

  • Growth and Infrastructure Act 2013 (Commencement No.6) Order 2014

  • National Planning Framework 3

  • Scottish Planning Policy

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