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Lexis+ Planning helps you to understand planning requirements, procedures, policy, appeals and enforcement, for developments ranging from small-scale residential extensions to nationally significant infrastructure projects. Clear, concise practice notes have direct links to relevant cases, legislation, guidance and commentary and our daily news feeds and weekly highlights keep you informed of new cases, legislation, and consultations.

Get, change, implement planning permission

We cover all key aspects of the planning application process from the procedure, viability considerations, to decision-making and material considerations, to the duty to give reasons for planning decisions.

Planning issues in property

A series of Practice Notes and Checklists outlining the planning issues for a planning title in a property transaction. How information鈥檚 revealed, what to report on, and the significance of the findings for the buyer.

Compulsory purchase

Compulsory purchase is governed by complex legislation, case law and guidance. We provide the legal requirements and good practice to help customers navigate the procedure, scope of CPOs and opportunities for challenge.

Legislation, guidance and commentary

Planning requirements, procedures, policy, appeals and enforcement. We cover developments ranging from small-scale residential extensions to nationally significant infrastructure projects.

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Latest Planning Q&As

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Can a project located in Wales be brought into the regime for nationally significant infrastructure projects under the Planning Act 2008 (PA 2008), via a direction under PA 2008, s 35?
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Under the Sustainable Drainage (Enforcement) (Wales) Order 2018 (SD(E)(W)O 2018), any notice should be served on 鈥榯he developer鈥. If a Welsh local authority was to serve a notice under SD(E)(W)O 2018, would this include any person with an interest in the land such as a bank/building society where there is a mortgage (ie similar to the position under section 172(2)(b) of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990)?
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How can parties amend a planning condition imposed by the Secretary of State in relation to an offshore wind farm in Wales under section 36 of the Electricity Act 1989 (EA 1989)?
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What legal powers exist in relation to a Welsh local authority awarding funding to a project outside of its geographical area? Are there any legal restrictions on the award of funding by a Welsh local authority to a project based in another authority's geographical area?
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A public path (owned by a Welsh Council) is becoming obstructed as a result of heavy rain on the private land above the path. Materials are slipping from the private land onto the path. This is a landslip, and is causing a nuisance as well a public safety concern and the council has to commit resources to then clear then obstruction. In light of the cases of Rylands v Fletcher and Leakey, can the council take action against the owner of the private land above the path? If so, what action? Would this be a public nuisance?

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