Government proposes 10-day pre-commencement agreement limit

The government has said it will introduce a default period of 10 days after which an applicant's agreement would be deemed to be given to any pre-commencement conditions attached to a planning consent, as part of its push to 'address the inappropriate use' of such conditions.

by Michael Donnelly
Development: government wants to restrict use of planning conditions
Development: government wants to restrict use of planning conditions

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