This book is a comprehensive and practical guide to planning enforcement. Planning enforcement is often seen as a minefield that straddles planning and criminal law. This book provides a thorough guide helpful to Local Authorities and private sector practitioners on matters ranging from the decision to issue a notice through to proceedings under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 as well as dealing with the appeal system.
Planning Enforcement sets out the very detailed technical complexities of enforcement through an easy-to-follow structure. The book draws together the statutory framework, case law and guidance. The authors intend the book to serve as a practical reference and include useful examples of Notices and appeal forms. Topics covered include:
* Content and issue of an Enforcement Notice
* Validity and nullity
* Grounds of Appeal
* Inquiry Procedure
* Listed Building Enforcement Notice
* Consequences of failure to comply including criminal prosecution and injunctive proceedings
Planning Enforcement takes into account the ever-changing landscapes of planning law and guidance, including the Localism Act and the National Planning Policy Framework.
Publisher: Wildy, Simmonds and Hill Publishing
Number of pages: 210
Weight: 315 g
Dimensions: 216 x 138 mm
Edition: UK ed.
"...packed with necessary information on enforcing public planning control. The Wildy book scores on its own terms by giving the basics to the busy practitioner, text is short and direct. This book is commendable to those whose time is precious." THE LAW SOCIETY GAZETTE
'This book is commended to those whose time is precious.' From a review in The Law Society Gazette