2021 has been a busy year for the planning world, and 2022 looks set to echo this. Here, we explore a couple of the key factors that are set to have an impact over the next 12 months.
The Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government (MHCLG) has published a revised National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF), replacing the earlier version of February 2019, following a consultation on proposed amendments to the NPPF. Planning law specialist Kate Jardine looks at what this means.
These are some of the biggest changes to planning regime in many years but the changes are the subject of legal challenge
Article published on 20 May 2020.
Perhaps this Easter you’ll be wanting to get away for a little break? And as we all make our way to the Beautiful Land, the kids playing eye-spy in the back of the car, the dog nestling quietly on the floor, the Carpenters’ wistful melodies spreading peace and calm across the motorway lanes.
One of the most common reasons that a local authority serves an injunction on what appears to be vacant land, is in order to prevent the unauthorised development of the land that it believes may occur, particularly on land in a sensitive location or which has a special designation
A number of retailers have issued Company Voluntary Arrangement (CVA) announcements this year. If a limited company is insolvent, it can use a CVA to pay creditors over a fixed period. If creditors agree, the limited company can continue trading during this time.