The Community Infrastructure Levy 2012 Update

The Community Infrastructure Levy is a new charge which local authorities in England and Wales will be empowered to charge on most types of new development. The government set out proposals to reform the Community Infrastructure Levy in the Localism Bill, which received Royal Assent in November 2011 becoming the Localism Act.

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New Planning Era - National Planning Policy Framework

The National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) has been published as part of the Government’s plans to reform and simplify the planning system and promote sustainable growth.

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Use Classes Order in England and Scotland

Cundall Planning is pleased to share with you their update to the Use Classes Order in England and Scotland. This shows the opportunities for changes between different use classes and where you will need planning permission.

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Established in the UK 40 years ago, Cundall has developed into an international multi-disciplinary consultancy operating from over 20 locations across the globe.