PLANNING APPROVAL - UK
residential development guide for home extensions and new dwellings 

 

 
 
  
Home Page BRegs1 CentralOrder Contact Us Advertise on this site Privacy Site Map

Circular 06/05: Biodiversity and Geological Conservation - Statutory Obligations and Their Impact Within the Planning System

  • Published: 16 August 2005
  • Site: Planning, building and the environment

Summary

This circular provides administrative guidance on the application of the law relating to planning and nature conservation as it applies in England. It complements the expression of national planning policy in Planning Policy Statement 9: Biodiversity and Geological Conservation (PPS9) and the accompanying Planning for Biodiversity and Geological Conservation: A Guide to Good Practice.

Although this circular outlines how statutory obligations impact within the planning system, in some cases the legislation will have an equal bearing on other regimes eg Transport and Works Act 1992.

This circular should be read in conjunction with PPS9, which sets out the Government's planning policies for England on protection of biodiversity and geological conservation through the planning system and the accompanying good practice guide.

 


Circular 06/05: Biodiversity and Geological Conservation - Statutory Obligations and Their Impact Within The Planning System


 

Bookmark this page
Google Bookmarks Yahoo My Web Facebook Twitter Digg Delicious

steel beam suppliers

 home extension quotation price quote

solar panels quotations price quote