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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Commenting on the planning consent, Bryn Hopkinson, commercial director at Maximus, said: "This is fantastic news and demonstrates Maximus' ability to work on complex regeneration schemes.
Obtaining planning consent for "agricultural workers dwellings" (AWD);
The unit, which is near the town centre, is divided into two sections and is suitable for a variety of uses subject to planning consent.
Galantas Gold Corporation is a Canadian junior resource company and the first company to own the mining rights, licenses and full planning consent to mine gold in Ireland through its wholly owned subsidiary Omagh Minerals Limited.
Both companies, who are now part of GF Energy Ltd, falsely claimed they had already secured planning consent for all of their generating units.
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.
The land was acquired by property developer Dandara and has planning consent for 231 residential units.
But it encountered difficulties with the land, despite it having planning consent.
PLANNING consent has been granted for an Aldi store to be built in Coulby Newham.
THIS modern unit has conditional planning consent for a trade counter.
Outline planning consent has been granted to St Modwen, the UK's leading regeneration specialist, for the pounds 13m redevelopment of Ffordd Llanarth Neighbourhood Centre, at Connah's Quay, Flintshire.
Regeneration specialist St Modwen Developments is seeking planning consent to develop a range of industrial units at a former car storage site at Longbridge.

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