Government announces plans to ‘simplify and consolidate’ permitted development rights

The government has published plans to "simplify" and rationalise" permitted developments rights, as part of a review of such rights following recent changes to the Use Classes Order.

by Gavin McEwan
No authomatic right to change use of "unclassified" public houses - Image: David Gallie / Pixabay
No authomatic right to change use of "unclassified" public houses - Image: David Gallie / Pixabay

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