Enterprise & Regulatory Reform Act 2013 (No. 6) Order 2014
- Local government ,
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The Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act 2013 (Commencement No. 6, Transitional Provisions and Savings) Order 2014 came into force on 6 April 2014
6 April 2014
Planning - England
The Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act 2013 (Commencement No. 6, Transitional Provisions and Savings) Order 2014 permits local planning authorities and the secretary of state to make Listed Building Consent Orders and Local Listed Building Consent Orders, which grant certain works without requiring specific consent.
Applications for certificates of lawfulness may be submitted to the local planning authority to determine whether specified work on listed buildings is lawful.
In June 2021, the UK’s governing Conservative Party lost a by-election in Chesham and Amersham, a seat it had held for 47 years. The principal reasons reported as the cause of this defeat were proposed planning reforms and the promotion of housebuilding on greenfield sites across the south of England.
As we celebrate the 10-year anniversary of the EIA Quality Mark, IEMA can announce that, during the past 12 months, the scheme has undergone a thorough review of practice, including stakeholder consultation with registrants and assessors, in order to improve it.
The delivery of effective outcomes for the environment, communities and development is a team effort, and more so when it comes to consenting projects that undergo Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA).