Expanded PD rights for ports to be introduced next month

The government has said it will introduce its promised expansion of permitted development (PD) rights for ports, which would allow a greater range of buildings to be erected without needing a planning application, on 21 April, though a requirement to consult the local authority would also be included.

by Ellie Kahn
Container ships at a port (Pic: Getty)
Container ships at a port (Pic: Getty)

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