A use class for secure residential institutions proposed by the ODPM

A use class for secure residential institutions such as asylum and immigration removal centres and prisons has been proposed by the ODPM. The suggestion emerged in last week's government announcement about plans to put an end to the Crown's immunity from the planning system. The class would be created to cater for centres that do not fall into any existing category. It also means that residential buildings would need permission to convert to secure establishments.

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