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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Despite that setback, it now falls to the Labour Assembly Government to do something about it and I believe the minister has a duty to revoke the planning permission and to indemnify the council from any potential financial losses which may result.
A campaign group has called on the Assembly Government to close a loophole that enables a private health firm to turn a former old people's home into a psychiatric unit without planning permission.
Outline planning permission for a dwelling was granted in January 2004, but building began before a detailed permission was determined and several applications for retrospective approval have been refused.
A council is threaten-ing action after a mobile phone mast was put up without planning permission.
M R Locke, planning permission sought for the |erection of two single storey storage/workshop units, at The Old Stone Yard, at Near Bank, Shelley.
A MIXED martial arts gym in Gabalfa is due to be closed down after it was refused retrospective planning permission yesterday.
Banner Homes secured planning permission for five homes on gardens behind Hill Village Road, in Four Oaks, in January but were warned that the site was so cramped that the permitted development rights, under which homes can be extended without planning permission, were withdrawn.
For a start, there are some operations that can be carried out without planning permission at all, such as the location of mobile structures and farm machinery.
3million by selling plots on greenfield sites, telling investors the price would rocket once it got planning permission.
The 14-hectare coastal development, which would include a leisure complex and 359 homes, was given planning permission by Redcar and Cleveland Council in April 2007.
The inspector overseeing the hearing has now granted temporary planning permission for four years, with permission applying only to the 16 plots and named individuals.
As a general rule, large projects, such as extensions, conservatories and loft conversions with dormer windows will need planning permission, whereas smaller changes only affecting the inside of the house may not.

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