UKTC Archive

RE: Non-registration of planning applications

Subject: RE: Non-registration of planning applications
From: Owen Saward
Date: Aug 11 2004 19:16:08
Thanks Chris - I'll check out those leads, although it was specifically names 
of other authorities who are currently running such a system that I was 
after.  Always handy to hold up examples and make the LPA in question feel 
they are inferior to another - tends to get results! 

"chris.hastie" <Chris.Hastie@xxxxxxxxxx.gov.uk> wrote:On 11 August 2004 
10:51, Owen Saward wrote:


My first posting - how exciting! A question for Tree
Officers really - I am trying to convince a local LPA that it
would be in everyone's best interest if they didn't register
planning applications until all arb / landscape details
necessary to determine that application have been received.
They are stoically saying that they can't do that legally,
but I am sure there are LPAs out there that do it already.
Are you one of them? Are you legal? Can I talk to you about it?


Owen

There is stuff in the archive on this - check out 
http://uk.tree-care.info/uktc/archive/2004/msg02494.php and subsequent
posts in the thread. Also see Nicholson, R (2001). APN1, BS5837 & PPG3
Guidance for Trees: Conflict or Complement? Arboricultural Journal.
25(4) pp 361-376. 

Legislation to look at includes regulation 4 of the Town and Country
Planning (Applications) Regulations 1988, regulation 3 of the Town and
Country Planning (General Development Procedure) Order 1995 and,
following its amendment by section 42 of the Planning and Compulsory
Purchase Act 2004, section 62(3) of the Town and Country Planning Act
1990.

HTH
-- 
Chris Hastie
Strategy Officer (Arboriculture)
Warwick District Council


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