Halman on: Why three-year consents need a flexible approach

Next week sees the coming into force of the latest package of measures under the Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004. These include an amendment to the default period for the duration of permissions from five years to three, so that, unless local authorities decide to the contrary, all planning consents will have a life limited to three years.

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