The implications of the levelling up bill’s proposals to shake up the way applicants can alter existing planning permissions

The success of the levelling up bill's proposed changes to the way applicants can alter existing permissions is likely to hinge on the interpretation of the phrase “substantially different”, practitioners have suggested.

by Toby Porter
Large-scale developers will often need to adapt regeneration schemes as conditions vary. Credit: Wikimedia Commons/Velopilger
Large-scale developers will often need to adapt regeneration schemes as conditions vary. Credit: Wikimedia Commons/Velopilger

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