Developers and planners warn over 'unintended consequences' of planning conditions changes

A proposed requirement for councils to seek the written agreement of applicants for the imposition of certain pre-commencement conditions could 'lead to unintended and harmful consequences', a joint response to a consultation on the issue submitted by the property industry and planning officers has warned.

by Michael Donnelly
Development: government hopes planning conditions changes will speed process
Development: government hopes planning conditions changes will speed process

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