Infrastructure Planning Regs 2011
- Environment agencies ,
- Natural resources ,
- Construction ,
- Local government
The Infrastructure Planning (Changes to, and Revocation of, Development Consent Orders) Regulations 2011 published 1 October
Planning - England
The Infrastructure Planning (Changes to, and Revocation of, Development Consent Orders) Regulations 2011 set out procedural provisions in respect of applications under Schedule 6 to the Planning Act 2008, which concerns changes to, and the revocation of, orders granting development consent after they have been issued. The Regulations also provide for the payment of fees for such applications.
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