planning permission

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planning permission

n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) (in Britain) formal permission that must be obtained from a local authority before development or a change of use of land or buildings
Translations

planning permission

n (Brit) → licenza edilizia
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The property investment division of the Rigby Group, Ostrava Properties, has secured outline planning consent from Warwick District Council to transform former passenger facilities into a new manufacturing and distribution hub on 30 acres of land on the south side of the airport.
Phillip Lloyd Jones has again asked county councillors to consider personal planning consent for Beryl Larkin for her mobile home of 20 years.
Kirklees Council is seeking outline planning consent for a residential development on land off Ashbrow Road and Bradley Boulevard.
Benchmark Leisure has been working very closely with Scarborough Borough Council for a number of years on this comprehensive development and this phase was consented under planning consent 11/01844/FUL dated 29.
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Match funding, understood to be around PS500,000, will be provided by the Welsh Government to allow Celtic Manor management to bring forward designs and submit the scheme -which would be the largest convention facility of its kind in Wales and the south west of England - for outline planning consent next year.
CMES' plans to extend the railway gained planning consent subject to conditions.
WMC North East has been brought on board to secure detailed planning consent and manage the development of a new agricultural centre and livestock market at Humbleton Farm, on the A68 near Darlington.
SHALE gas company Cuadrilla is to apply for planning consent to carry out test drilling at more sites, it was announced.
A later application for retrospective planning consent was refused and Hussain was told to take it down.
Planning consent was granted in October 2009 for the conversion of the farm barns to two three-bedroom properties, including parking and amendments to access to Wynall Lane South.
At the same time, Durham County Council is also being asked to give outline planning consent for housing on the site of the present headquarters.

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