Automatic permission in principle will not apply retrospectively

Proposals to grant permission in principle for new homes on land designated in local and neighbourhood plans will apply only to site allocations in future plans and not retrospectively, a government impact assessment has confirmed.

by Jamie Carpenter
Parliament: Housing and Planning Bill proposes new form of planning consent
Parliament: Housing and Planning Bill proposes new form of planning consent

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