Coronavirus: Planning Law
What started as an epidemic limited to China has now become a truly global pandemic. Its effects have been felt throughout many sectors including those impacted by planning law, and in the following articles we set out the main changes and issues that you should be aware of. The situation is constantly changing, and we will aim to provide the most up-to-date information where possible.
- Coronavirus planning update: Plan Making
- Coronavirus planning update: Decision Taking and impacts on five year housing land supply
- Coronavirus planning update: Automatic extension of English planning permissions
- Coronavirus planning update: New Permitted Development Rights
- Coronavirus planning update: Community Infrastructure Levy and Section 106 Obligations
- Coronavirus planning update: Enforcement
- Coronavirus planning update: Other significant issues
- Coronavirus planning update: Boris’ “new” deal?
Our Planning team can help you navigate the impact of Coronavirus on planning law and your business. Contact Robert Bruce and Stephanie Gozney for planning-related legal enquiries and Paul Brailsford and Mark Harris for planning consultancy enquiries.
If you would like to talk through the consequences for your business, call our Coronavirus Helpline on 0330 134 0199 for a free consultation (on appropriate commercial enquiries only) or email us and one of our Helpline team will get in touch.
The content of this page is a summary of the law in force at the date of publication and is not exhaustive, nor does it contain definitive advice. Specialist legal advice should be sought in relation to any queries that may arise.
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