How do you obtain permission? How can you satisfactorily tackle objections? How can you convince planning officers of the value of your work? Drawing on substantial experience from both applicant and local planning authority perspectives, this book provides tactics and practical steps to help architects secure early validation of applications and successful outcomes. It's a practical guide to understanding the planning system and maximizing the potential for successful outcomes. Readers will develop a greater understanding of the principles that are vital in the preparation and negotiation of applications against the very complex detail of regulatory arrangements.
Colin Haylock RIBA, PPFRTPI, IHBC is an Architect, Planner and Member of the RIBA's Planning Policy and Strategy Group. He is Principal at Haylock Planning and Design, Partner at Spence and Dower and former President of the Royal Town Planning Institute in 2012.
Introduction Chapter 1: Design and the Planning System Chapter 2: Do I Need Planning Consent or Any Other Planning Related Consents? Chapter 3: Principles for Approaching the Planning System Chapter 4: Project Inception and Briefing Chapter 5: Applications and Consents Chapter 6: Design Statement as a Design Process Tool Chapter 7: Conditions Chapter 8: Viability, Developer Obligations and Agreements Chapter 9: Appeals, Enforcement and Using Specialist Support Chapter 10: Proactive Engagement with the Shaping and Operation of the Planning System Appendix: Design and Access Statement Example Glossary
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