Category Archives: Legislation – DMPO 2015

New Legislation – relating to retained EU law (coming into force on “exit day”) …

The following 2 new Statutory Instruments (SIs) come into force on "exit day" (i.e. currently 29/03/2019): Continue reading

IMPORTANT: The government updates the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) …

The government has published an updated version of the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) on 24/07/2018: Continue reading

The government publishes its response to the consultation relating to the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) …

[UPDATE: For the subsequent updates to the NPPF relating to this consultation, please view this post.]

The government has published the following response to the consultation titled "National Planning Policy Framework - Consultation proposals" (which ran for 9 1/2 weeks from 05/03/2018 until 10/05/2018): Continue reading

The government publishes a consultation (until 10/05/2018) relating to the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) …

[UPDATE: For the subsequent government response to this consultation, please view this post.]

The government has published the following consultation, which runs for 9 1/2 weeks from 05/03/2018 until 10/05/2018: Continue reading

The government publishes its response to the consultation within the “Fixing our broken housing market – White Paper” …

[UPDATE: For the subsequent legislation relating to this consultation, please view the following posts:
- This post for the legislation relating to permitted development.]

[UPDATE: For the subsequent updates to the NPPF relating to this consultation, please view this post.]

The government has published the following response to the consultation within the "Fixing our broken housing market - White Paper" (which ran for 12 weeks from 07/02/2017 until 02/05/2017), as well as to the further consultation relating to agricultural PD rights (which ran for 12 weeks from 07/02/2017 to 02/05/2017): Continue reading

New Legislation – relating to local authority consultations (01/04/2018 and 01/06/2018) …

The following 1 new Statutory Instrument (SI) comes into force on 01/04/2018 and 01/06/2018: Continue reading

DCLG publishes its “Planning Update Newsletter” (December 2017) …

DCLG has published the following "Planning Update Newsletter": Continue reading

New Legislation – relating to the conservation of habitats and species (30/11/2017) …

The following 2 new Statutory Instruments (SIs) came into force on 30/11/2017: Continue reading

DCLG publishes its “Planning Update Newsletter” (March 2017) …

DCLG has published the following "Planning Update Newsletter": Continue reading

The government publishes the “Fixing our broken housing market – White Paper”, which includes a consultation (until 02/05/2017) on a range of planning proposals …

[UPDATE: For the subsequent government response to this consultation, please view the following posts:
- This post for the response document relating to most aspects of the consultation document.
- This post for the response document relating to local planning (note: the response is shown within section 8 of the "Explanatory Memorandum to SI 2017 No. 1244").
- This post for the response document relating to fees (note: the response is shown within section 8 of the "Explanatory Memorandum to SI 2017 No. 1314").
- This post for the response document relating to the General Regulations 1992.]

The government has published the following White Paper, which includes a consultation that runs for 12 weeks from 07/02/2017 until 02/05/2017: Continue reading

DCLG publishes the “government response to consultation” with respect to application fees, small sites register, local plans, testing competition, financial benefits, s106 dispute resolution, PD rights for schools, and statutory consultation …

[UPDATE: For the subsequent legislation relating to this consultation, please view the following posts:
- This post for the legislation with respect to PD rights for schools.]

DCLG has published the following government response to the "Technical consultation on implementation of planning changes" (which ran for 8 weeks from 18/02/2016 until 15/04/2016): Continue reading