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Planning and Compulsory Purchase Bill first sitting Thursday 9 January 2003(morning) by Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Standing Committee G.

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Published by Stationery Office in London .
Written in English


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Edition Notes

StatementStanding Committee G.
SeriesParliamentary debates
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19144082M
ISBN 100215252411
OCLC/WorldCa320014082

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  The tail-end of the Housing and Planning Bill is dedicated to proposed reforms of the compulsory purchase (CPO) regime and picks up on many of the issues highlighted in the consultation documents issued by the government in the spring and the recent Government response to the consultation. Planning and Compulsory Purchase Reform: The New Bill The Neighbourhood Planning Bill has been published, proposing a modest series of changes to planning, compulsory purchase and compensation. Neighbourhood planning Several changes are proposed in respect of neighbourhood plans, firstly in respect of the status of draft plans when planning. The Planning and Compulsory Purchase Bill In February we issued a Bulletin which set out the Government’s Green Paper Proposals. The proposals attracted o responses opposing several of the reforms and attracted severe criticism from a Select Committee. Several of the earlier proposed changes have been dropped and.   The intention to carry over the Planning and Compulsory Purchase Bill into the next session does not signify any lessening in our commitment to reforming the planning system. Copies of a short progress report covering the large number of workstreams being taken forward as part of this commitment are available in the Libraries of both Houses.

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