Planning and Development Law in UK Law

  • The implications of mental health law reform for service development and workforce planning
    • Núm. 1-1, Mayo 2006
    • The Journal of Mental Health Training, Education and Practice
    • 22-29
    The UK Government has been planning changes to mental health legislation for at least eight years. On 23 March 2006, the Department of Health announced that many of these plans would proceed ‐ alth...
  • REVIEWS
    • Núm. 25-4, Julio 1962
    • The Modern Law Review
    Book reviewed in this article: LIFE, DEATH AND THE LAW. By NORMAN ST. JOHN‐STEVAS. BRITISH JUSTICE: THE SCOTTISH CONTRIBUTION. By T. B. SMITH. LA MATHÉMATIQUE, LA Compatabilité ET LE DROIT PATRIMON...
    ...... topical questions are likely to influence future developments, among them the forth- coming debates of the International Law ... book which will be just as valuable to the ‘‘ Planning Bar” as to solicitors. The layout of the book follows ......
  • REVIEWS
    • Núm. 39-5, Septiembre 1976
    • The Modern Law Review
    Access to the Law: A Study Conducted for the Law Reform Commission of Canada. By M. L. Friedland. Philosophy of Law. By M. P. Golding. Justice, Discretion and Poverty; Supplementary Benefit Appeal ...
    ...... a view to explaining thc inconsisten- cies in the development of the law and its enforcement. The best chapters are ... important function in the process of administering, planning and using the physical environment. They alone bring to the ......
  • REVIEWS
    • Núm. 19-3, Mayo 1956
    • The Modern Law Review
    Book reviewed in this article: The Law of Torts. By Harry Street, ll.m., ph.d. They Stand Apart: A Critical Survey of the Problem of Homosexuality. Edited by Judge Tudor Rees and Harley V. Usill. M...
    ...... The developments in Scandinavia are of particular interest, since it is ... Minister of Tom and Country Planning is criticised, partly on the ground that it is inconsistent ......
  • PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT UNDER THE TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING ACT, 1947
    • Núm. 11-4, Octubre 1948
    • The Modern Law Review
  • Sustainable development: greening and urban agriculture in Lithuania
    • Núm. 10-3, Octubre 2018
    • Journal of Property, Planning and Environmental Law
    • 240-254
    Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to discuss the measures implemented under the spatial planning law of the Republic of Lithuania, along with various initiatives, to identify whether Lithuania ...
    ...... Valiunas Law Firm, Vilnius, LithuaniaAbstractPurpose –The purposeof this paper is to discuss the measures implementedunder the spatial planning lawof the Republic of Lithuania, along with various initiatives, to identify whether Lithuania is following theinternationaltrend of greening ......
  • Compensating regulation of land: UK and Singapore compared
    • Núm. 11-2, Julio 2019
    • Journal of Property, Planning and Environmental Law
    • 135-150
    Purpose: The paper aims to analyse and compare how UK and Singapore deal with compensation with respect to regulation of land (short of a physical taking). The purpose is to determine whether the n...
    ......Partly becauseof the abolition of development rights in the UKsince 1947, this position may be justified. Conversely, ... UK and Singapore’splanningregime.Keywords Conservation, PlanningPaper type Research paper1. IntroductionThis paper defines “regulatory ......
  • Neighbourhood planning: national strategy for ‘bottom up’ governance
    • Núm. 10-1, Abril 2018
    • Journal of Property, Planning and Environmental Law
    • 56-68
    Purpose: The paper aims to consider whether Neighbourhood Panning provides the appropriate output legitimacy for citizen engagement in the planning process. The Localism Act 2011 transformed the pl...
    ...... will examine how Localism, as an evolving concept oflocal governance, is enfranchising local communities to take control of planning and development in theirarea. The paper will draw upon the experience of the revised planning methodology introduced by theLocalism Act 2011 and consider its impact ......
  • Unsustainable Land Use due to ?Catching Up' Investment Pursuits in Ethiopia: The Need for Planning, Zoning and other Regulations
    • Núm. 12-1, Enero 2018
    • Mizan Law Review
    • Zbelo Haileslasie
    • Zbelo Haileslassie Embaye (BA in Sociology, LLB, LLM in Tax and Investment Laws, PhD Candidate); Lecturer at Mekelle University, School of Law. Email: zbelo40@gmail.com
    • 191-225
    Zoning and land use regulations accommodate and balance various interests which relate to urbanization, food security, enhanced livelihoods, industrialization and globalization, in the context of s...
    ...... which relate to urbanization, food security, enhanced livelihoods, industrialization and globalization, in the context of sustainable development. Unlike comparative practices in other countries, Ethiopia has no comprehensive and codified zoning law even though the zoning stage affects the ......
  • Five-foot ways as public and private domain in Singapore and beyond
    • Núm. 10-1, Abril 2018
    • Journal of Property, Planning and Environmental Law
    • 36-55
    Purpose: This paper aims to explore the concept and spread of the five-foot way (5FW) as an aspect of urban design peculiar to Southeast Asia. It locates the 5FW as an aspect of planning law and pr...
    ...... peculiar to Southeast Asia.It locates the 5FW as an aspect of planning law and property lawthat has been adapted culturally to provide a unique .../methodology/approach –The approach adoptedis to look at the development of the 5FW overthe entire colonial period ofSingapore, starting in 1819 up ......
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