Planning Permission in UK Law

  • Rational expectations?. Developer behaviour and development cycles in the central London office market
    • Nbr. 30-2, March 2012
    • Journal of Property Investment & Finance
    • 159-174
    Purpose: Expectations of future market conditions are acknowledged to be crucial for the development decision and hence for shaping the built environment. The purpose of this paper is to study the ...
    ...... FuerstHenley Business School, School of Real Estate and Planning,University of Reading, Reading, UK, andAnna-Maija GrandyDTZ, London, ... to stem from the lengthy design, financing and planning permission processes rather thanadaptive or naive expectations.Research ......
  • Nurturing property investment by re‐engineered systems for land pricing by local authorities
    • Nbr. 25-1, February 2007
    • Journal of Property Investment & Finance
    • 77-94
    Purpose: The research in this paper is aimed at re‐engineering existing approaches to the analysis of proposed developments in local authorities – from land pricing to planning permission – hence r...
    ...... developments in local authorities – from land pricing to planning permission – hencereducing the loss of revenue in councils, and nurture ......
  • Yuppies, Drugs and Tesco: Should the Bank of England Blame Itself for Bank Failures?
    • Nbr. 2-1, March 1998
    • Journal of Money Laundering Control
    • 39-48
    In the early 1980s Tesco had provisionally agreed plans with the property developer, Provincial Properties Wales, to build a new store in Barry. Michael Hepker, the owner of Ravensbury Investments,...
    ......Unfortunately, planning permission for the building was refused, but, if accusations subse-quently ......
  • Nuisance and Planning
    • Nbr. 56-4, July 1993
    • The Modern Law Review
    ...... Planning Jenny Steele* and Tim Jewell* Where a commercial venture has developed pursuant to and within the terms of a permission from the appropriate planning authority, can an action in nuisance be brought which would effectively close it down? This is a ......
  • The Legal Mechanics of Removing a Statue.
    • Vol. 25 Nbr. 4, December 2020
    • Art Antiquity & Law
    • Harwood, Richard
    ......This article is instead concerned with the extent to which a planning or historic environment consent would be required before a statue or other ...(ii) a need for planning permission may arise; . (iii) the statue may be in a conservation area. In England ......
  • Implications for the Scots Law of Nuisance: Coventry v Lawrence
    • Nbr. , September 2014
    • Edinburgh Law Review
    • 383-388
    ...... In 1975 the defendants were granted planning permission to construct a stadium on agricultural land just out of town ......
  • "Public Watchdogs": An analysis of the role of the public in Environmental Impact Assessments
    • Nbr. IV-I, January 2017
    • Dundee Student Law Review
    • Daniel Mosley
    • Student at the University of Dundee (3rd Year LLB English Law). The author would like to thank George Dick for his suggestions and comments.
    • 1-13
    ...... may bear little, or even no, influence upon the decision to grant planning permission; this can primarily be pin-pointed to the decision-maker, being ......
  • Crown Court
    • Nbr. 40-2, April 1976
    • Journal of Criminal Law, The
    ...... but related to a set offacts at Stoke-on- Trent in 1972, about planning permission for houses. The indictment averred that on May 1st in that ......
  • The Tenant, his Wife, the Lodger and their Telly: a Spot of Nuisance in Docklands
    • Nbr. 59-5, September 1996
    • The Modern Law Review
    ...... basis of statutory authority, nor on the grounds that planning permission had authorised the nuisance. However, he did ......
  • Too ‘Conservative’ a Solution? The Conservation Area Test
    • Nbr. 55-5, September 1992
    • The Modern Law Review
    ...... Act 1967, designation takes place where a local planning authority determines that part of its area is of special ... area test,’ most commonly applications for planning permission and appeals against refusals of permission or conditional ......
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