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Changes to legislation that came into force from the start of August 2021 meant that, in a few specific circumstances, what used to be considered eligible as permitted development until the end of July 2021, would no longer be.
Guidance on the Town and Country Planning (Fees and Applications) (Scotland) Regulations 2022.
CIAT is excited to announce that CIAT Chartered Practices can now be searched on the Planning Portal website, allowing potential clients to search easily for a Chartered Architectural Technologist.
Planning fees in Scotland will be increased on 1 April 2022.
The Planning Portal is hosting its fourth conference virtually on 25-28 April 2022 with registration now open, including a 10% discount for all CIAT members and affiliates.
The UK Government is understood to have halted its major planning shake-up just days after Michael Gove was selected as the new Housing Secretary.
CIAT reacts to the Queen's Speech 2021.
Planning Portal's latest Planning Market Insight Report shows that the volumes of online planning applications being submitted has risen by 32% in November 2020 compare to the same month in 2019.
The government has been warned that its proposed overhaul of the English planning system will not do enough to combat climate change and safeguard biodiversity.
A borough in north London is the hardest place to win planning permission in England, while the county town of Cumbria is the easiest, according to new research.
Planning Portal are keen to hear from those interested in speaking at their virtual conference in November.
Planning Portal's September Planning Insight Report shows a continued surge in smaller application submissions during August.