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Planning Law and Practice in Northern Ireland

Author/EditorMcKay, Stephen (Author)
Murray, Michael (Author)
ISBN: 9781032110738
Pub Date24/10/2022
BindingPaperback
Pages454
Edition2nd Ed
Dimensions (mm)246(h) * 174(w)
This book weaves an interpretive narrative of the statutes, case law and governance procedures that have helped shape the planning system of Northern Ireland with due regard being given to the combined influences emanating over time from European Union, UK and island of Ireland sources.
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--The first edition is an essential reading for planning students as it is the only text available that focuses on planning law and practice in Northern Ireland.
--Updated to address consequences of BREXIT, the impact of COVID-19 on planning procedures, and the emergence of Local Development Plans within the new 2-tier planning system of Northern Ireland

--The first edition is an essential reading for planning students as it is the only text available that focuses on planning law and practice in Northern Ireland.
--Updated to address consequences of BREXIT, the impact of COVID-19 on planning procedures, and the emergence of Local Development Plans within the new 2-tier planning system of Northern Ireland

Stephen McKay is Reader in Planning Law and Practice and was Head of Planning at Queen's University Belfast. He is a Chartered Town Planner. He was Co-Director of the 2021 award winning UK Knowledge Transfer Project VU City that has created an interactive 3D digital model to help inform development management decision making. Michael Murray, prior to retirement, was Reader in Spatial Planning at Queen's University Belfast and where, as Honorary Associate, he continues his writing on international planning, rural development and planning law. His recent scholarship includes The Camino de Santiago: Curating the Pilgrimage as Heritage and Tourism published by Berghahn Books in 2021.

1 The evolving Northern Ireland planning system Stephen McKay and Michael Murray 2 Development, planning applications and their determination Stephen McKay and Michael Murray 3 Amenity and special forms of development management Stephen McKay and Michael Murray 4 Continuity and change in development plans Stephen McKay 5 The evolution and application of planning enforcement Jane McKay and Stephen McKay 6 Developer contributions and 'planning agreements' in Northern Ireland Thomas Murphy, John McCord and Michael McCord 7 Judicial review in the planning arena Stephen McKay and Michael Murray 8 Environmental law in Northern Ireland Brian Jack 9 Environmental health, environmental protection and their relationship with spatial planning Sean MacIntyre 10 Environmental impact assessment and development management Neil Galway and Stephen McKay 11 Planning and renewable energy Stephen McKay and Michael Murray 12 Planning and placemaking Mura Quigley 13 Marine spatial planning for Northern Ireland: from fragmentation towards integration Heather Ritchie, Joseph Onwona Ansong and Wesley Flannery 14 Cross-border spatial planning on the island of Ireland Gavan Rafferty 15 Equality law, good relations and planning Diane O'Neill and Brendan Murtagh 16 Property law and planning in Northern Ireland John McCord, Thomas Murphy and Peadar Davis 17 Liquor licensing law and planning in Northern Ireland Michael Murray 18 Planning and professional practice Gary McGhee, William Orbinson QC, Stephen McKay and Michael Murray

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