PINS has published a new guide to taking part in planning, listed building and conservation area consent appeals by written representation.
"As of right" means "nec vi, nec clam, nec precario". That is, neither by force ( nec vi ), nor clandestine ( nec clam ), nor dependent upon the permission of the owner of the underlying subsoil ( nec precario).
However, the registration of land as a town or village green can prohibit any further development of that land.
This means it is vital to have expert legal advice when dealing with a town or village green application, whether as a developer, objector, applicant or decision-maker. Please call or email for more information on what we can do to help you through the maze of legislation.
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