Councils allowed to hold outdoor markets without needing planning permission

Councils will no longer need planning permission to set up outdoor markets while landowners will be given more time to use their land to hold events after changes to permitted development (PD) rights were introduced this week.

by John Geoghegan
Outdoor markets: planning rules eased. Pic: Getty Images
Outdoor markets: planning rules eased. Pic: Getty Images

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