Planning Law for Architects - Recent Case Law & Developments
This new virtual classroom seminar is aimed at architects who regularly submit planning applications to Local Planning Authorities on behalf of their clients.
The session will look at the proposed changes the Government wishes to make to the planning system and the impact this could have on professional advisers.
In addition, it will consider the increase in the use of permitted development rights, and whether there should be more use of certificates of lawfulness before submitting a prior approval application.
There have also been recent cases on discrepancies with plans accompanying planning applications; definitions of ‘curtilage’; and cases on the use of conditions and interpretation of planning conditions.
What You Will Learn
This live and interactive session will cover the following:
- Government’s latest proposed reforms to the planning system with reference to design
- The new permitted development rights; how to make the best use of them
- Latest cases and appeal decisions on planning permissions with reference to the use of plans
- What is a curtilage for planning purposes? The latest case law
- Latest case law and appeals on the use of planning conditions and interpretation of planning permissions generally
- How to avoid negligence actions, and getting the most from your clients
Recording of live sessions: Soon after the Learn Live session has taken place you will be able to go back and access the recording - should you wish to revisit the material discussed.