Government announces new permitted development right allowing range of town centre uses to convert to housing

The government has announced new permitted development rights to allow buildings included in its newly-created Class E town centre use class, such as offices, restaurants, shops and gyms, to convert to housing without needing a planning application.

by Michael Donnelly
High Streets: More planning changes on the way
High Streets: More planning changes on the way

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