1 edition of Planning obligations found in the catalog.
by Department of Town and Regional Planning, University of Sheffield in Sheffield
Written in English
|Statement||Heather Campbell... [et al.].|
|Series||Working paper (University of Sheffield. Department of Town and Regional Planning) -- 1|
|Contributions||Campbell, Heather, 1964-, University of Sheffield. Department of Town and Regional Planning.|
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Planning obligations should be negotiated to enable decisions on planning applications to be made within the statutory time limits or a longer period where agreed in writing between the local.
This is defined as a Planning obligations book authority as under subsection (9) it is a requirement to identify the “local planning authority” by whom the obligation is enforceable.
Local planning authorities are identified in section 1 of the Act. The book tells the ‘story’ of how planning obligations became an effective means of capturing development value and of securing affordable housing and infrastructure funding from developers, in a way that is accessible both to other researchers and to policy professionals.'.
This note covers the essential characteristics of a planning obligation. A planning obligation may either be contained in an agreement between a local authority and a developer under section of the Town and Country Planning Act (section agreement), or set out in the form of an undertaking made by the developer alone (unilateral undertaking).
In this book we look at the requirements for a valid section agreement and the underlying policy context. We also examine every day practical issues as to the contents of agreements and how certain issues can be resolved.
Finally we consider the issue of enforcement of obligations in the event of non-compliance. Planning obligations and section agreements have become much more prevalent in the development industry.
With cutbacks in public expenditure local authorities are increasingly looking to fund infrastructure and other types of expenditure through the planning system. To meet obligations to the profession, the public, and the membership, it is Planning Workshop, sift through the ideas put forward, and organize them into a meaningful body for review by the Planning Workshop attendees and other interested parties in the organization.
benefit formula described in the pension plan, are used to project future benefits. For pension funding, the law gives the plan’s actuary responsibility for the selection of actuarial assumptions. For pension accounting, the plan sponsor selects the actuarial assumptions, with guidance from the actuary.
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The book fills a gap in the existing public health ethics literature by providing a comprehensive ethical conception of emergency. The need for planning obligations practice guidance Planning obligations (or “section (s) agreements”) are an established and valuable mechanism for securing planning matters arising from a development proposal.
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Since the English planning. Viability Assessment under the Government’s new ‘Planning Rule Book’ on transactions that fail to reflect planning policy compliance (and hence ‘squeeze’ S obligations); and; ensure developers are held accountable to commitments made during plan-making (regarding infrastructure, affordable housing and other obligations) at the.
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Planning occurs at many levels, from day-to-day decisions made by individuals and families, to complex decisions made. What are planning obligations. Planning obligations – sometimes known as section agreements – are legally enforceable obligations made under section of the Town and Country Planning Act (as amended).
They are negotiated and made between a developer and the Local Planning Authority (LPA), to meet the concerns the LPA may have about meeting the cost of. Informative notes do not carry any legal weight and cannot be used in lieu of planning conditions or a legal obligation to try and ensure adequate means of control for planning.
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