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City Walkway

City Walkway forms part of the Public Access Map. This includes: • City Walkways and Proposed City Walkways • Permissive Paths • Highway Maintainable at Public Expense • Privately Maintainable...

Section 106 Agreements

Waverley Borough Council dataset recording the location where a development or land owner has entered into a legal agreement relating to a Planning Permission.

North Norfolk District Council Article 4 Direction

This dataset relates to areas of land where planning permission is required, which would normally not be required, to assist in the protection of other heritage assets

WFD Groundwater Operational Catchments Cycle 2

WFD (Water Framework Directive) Groundwater Operational Catchments (Cycle 2) show how WFD work is grouped geographically for practical management purposes. The Groundwater operational catchments...

Granted Planning Basement Schemes

This dataset contains schemes which involve the excavation or extension of a basement, granted planning permission in the FY2010/11 to FY2013/14. Not all of these scheme have been implemented. This...

Article 4 Directions

Article 4 directions allow local planning authorities to restrict Permitted Development Rights to control development that otherwise would not need planning permission.

Brownfield Land Register for Mid Devon District Council

Mid Devon District Council is required to prepare, maintain and publish a register of previously developed (brownfield) land suitable for housing. The guidance requires that Brownfield Land...

Article 4 Direction WL

Article 4 directions remove national permitted development rights meaning that planning permission must be sought, they protect Conservation Areas from unsympathetic alterations

Article 4 Land

Article 4 directions remove national permitted development rights meaning that planning permission must be sought, they protect Conservation Areas from unsympathetic alterations

Erewash District Council Article 4

Article 4 directions remove national permitted development rights meaning that planning permission must be sought, they protect Conservation Areas from unsympathetic alterations

Shepway District Council Article 4 Directions

Article 4 directions remove national permitted development rights meaning that planning permission must be sought, they protect Conservation Areas from unsympathetic alterations.

Article 4

Article 4 directions remove national permitted development rights meaning that planning permission must be sought, they protect Conservation Areas from unsympathetic alterations

Simplified Planning Zones - Rochdale Borough Council

A SPZ is a tool for stimulating and encouraging economic growth, investment and job creation. It achieves this by granting a blanket planning permission for particular types of development within...

Housing trajectory five year supply

Estimated delivery of housing units per year over a 5 year period for schemes either with planning permission or identified in a planning document in London Borough of Barnet

Felling Licence Applications (1998-2011)

Anyone wishing to fell trees must ensure that a licence or permission under a grant scheme has been issued by Scottish Forestry (formerly Forestry Commission Scotland) before any felling is carried...

Woking Borough Council Brownfield Land Register Part One 2020

Woking Borough Council's Brownfield Land Register (Part 1) comprises all brownfield sites that the Council has assessed as being appropriate for residential development. The register is produced to...

Planning Applications Householder

Guidance, criteria and forms for Householder Planning Applications can be found below. The Householder Application for Works or Extension to a Dwelling form should be used for proposals to alter or...

Broadland District Council's Brownfield Sites

All local planning authorities in England are required to produce and publish a register of land that has been previously built on (brownfield sites). The register includes brownfield sites that...

Section 106 Agreements

A Section 106 is a legal agreement between an applicant seeking planning permission and the local planning authority, which is used to mitigate the impact of your new home on the local community...

Article 4 Directions

Article 4 Direction areas are areas where "permitted development" rights have been removed. "Permitted Development" is a blanket permission granted by Government using regulations under the...