No size limit on new town centre-to-residential use permitted development right

There would be no size limit on the buildings that can benefit from the government's newly-announced town centre-residential use permitted development (PD) right, while the change of rules would apply in conservation areas, the consultation document on the proposals reveals.

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

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