Amendments proposed to the Planning and Compulsory Purchase Bill - continued House of Commons

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Matthew Green

243

Clause     39,     page     22,     line     24,     at end insert 'and must provide reasons for that direction'.

   

Mr Geoffrey Clifton-Brown
Mr David Wilshire
Sir Sydney Chapman
Sir Paul Beresford

218

Clause     39,     page     22,     line     31,     at end insert 'but only after giving one year's notice'.

   

Mr Geoffrey Clifton-Brown
Mr David Wilshire
Sir Sydney Chapman
Sir Paul Beresford

94

Page     21,     line     4,     leave out Clause 39.


   

Mr Geoffrey Clifton-Brown
Mr David Wilshire
Sir Sydney Chapman
Sir Paul Beresford

95

Clause     40,     page     23,     line     39,     leave out 'must' and insert 'may'.

   

Mr Geoffrey Clifton-Brown
Mr David Wilshire
Sir Sydney Chapman
Sir Paul Beresford

308

Clause     40,     page     23,     line     41,     at end insert 'interested in the land on which the development is proposed'.

   

Mr Geoffrey Clifton-Brown
Mr David Wilshire
Sir Sydney Chapman
Sir Paul Beresford

309

Clause     40,     page     23,     line     41,     at end insert—

    '(1A)   No request may be made in respect of any land which is the subject of an application for outline planning permission which has not been finally determined.'.

   

Mr Geoffrey Clifton-Brown
Mr David Wilshire
Sir Sydney Chapman
Sir Paul Beresford

311

Clause     40,     page     23,     line     41,     at end insert—

    '(1A)   Provision shall be made by a development order for the purpose of securing that, in the case of any request under subsection (1), any person (other than the person making the request) who on such date as may be prescribed by the order is an owner of the land to which the request relates, or a tenant of any agricultural holding any part of which is comprised in that land, is given notice of the request in such manner as may be required by the order.'.

   

Mr Geoffrey Clifton-Brown
Mr David Wilshire
Sir Sydney Chapman
Sir Paul Beresford

312

Clause     40,     page     23,     line     41,     at end insert—

    '(1A)   Subject to subsection (1B), a person making a request under subsection (1) shall serve a notice stating that the request has been made on every owner and occupier of any land to which the request relates.

    (1B)   If, after reasonable inquiry has been made, the local planning authority are satisfied that it is not practicable to ascertain the name or address of an owner or occupier of any land to which the application relates, the local planning authority may direct that the notice required to be served on him by subsection (1A) may be served by addressing it to him by the description "owner" or "occupier" of the land (describing it) and by affixing it to some conspicuous object or objects on the land.'.

   

Mr Geoffrey Clifton-Brown
Mr David Wilshire
Sir Sydney Chapman
Sir Paul Beresford

96

Clause     40,     page     24,     line     3,     leave out 'so far as material to the request'.

   

Mr Geoffrey Clifton-Brown
Mr David Wilshire
Sir Sydney Chapman
Sir Paul Beresford

97

Clause     40,     page     24,     line     3,     at end insert—

      '( ) whether sufficient information has been provided by the applicant to enable a decision to be made;'.

   

Mr Geoffrey Clifton-Brown
Mr David Wilshire
Sir Sydney Chapman
Sir Paul Beresford

98

Clause     40,     page     24,     line     4,     at end insert—

    ',   including the possible requirement for an Environmental Impact Assessment of the proposed development.'.

   

Mr Geoffrey Clifton-Brown
Mr David Wilshire
Sir Sydney Chapman
Sir Paul Beresford

313

Clause     40,     page     24,     line     10,     at end insert—

      '; 

      (c) the reasons for the local planning authority's decision.'.

   

Mr Geoffrey Clifton-Brown
Mr David Wilshire
Sir Sydney Chapman
Sir Paul Beresford

314

Clause     40,     page     24,     line     10,     at end insert—

    '(3A)   If the local planning authority agree with the principle of the proposed development (in whole or part), the statement of development principles may indicate:

      (a) information which should be provided by any applicant for planning permission for the proposed development or part of it;

      (b) any principles with which the proposed development should comply with;

      (c) and the nature of any planning conditions or planning obligations to which the development may be subject.'.

   

Mr Geoffrey Clifton-Brown
Mr David Wilshire
Sir Sydney Chapman
Sir Paul Beresford

315

Clause     40,     page     24,     line     13,     leave out from 'permission' to 'which' in line 14 and insert 'so far as material to the application'.

   

Mr Geoffrey Clifton-Brown
Mr David Wilshire
Sir Sydney Chapman
Sir Paul Beresford

316

Clause     40,     page     24,     line     14,     leave out from 'be)' to end of line 15.

   

Mr Geoffrey Clifton-Brown
Mr David Wilshire
Sir Sydney Chapman
Sir Paul Beresford

317

Clause     40,     page     24,     line     14,     leave out 'made' and insert 'determined'.

   

Mr Geoffrey Clifton-Brown
Mr David Wilshire
Sir Sydney Chapman
Sir Paul Beresford

318

Clause     40,     page     24,     line     16,     leave out 'But'.

   

Mr Geoffrey Clifton-Brown
Mr David Wilshire
Sir Sydney Chapman
Sir Paul Beresford

310

Clause     40,     page     24,     leave out lines 21 to 23.

   

Mr Geoffrey Clifton-Brown
Mr David Wilshire
Sir Sydney Chapman
Sir Paul Beresford

219

Clause     40,     page     24,     line     22,     leave out from '92)' to end of line 23 and insert 'can be applied for at any time whilst the development plans remain valid'.

   

Mr Geoffrey Clifton-Brown
Mr David Wilshire
Sir Sydney Chapman
Sir Paul Beresford

319

Clause     40,     page     24,     line     23,     at end insert—

    '(6A)   Where a local planning authority issue a statement of development principles in which they disagree with the principle of the proposed development or agree with the principle of only part of the proposed development the person who requested the statement and any person interested in land comprised within the statement may by notice appeal to the Secretary of State.

    (6B)   A person who requested the statement and any person interested in land comprised within the statement may also appeal to the Secretary of State if the local planning authority have done none of the following:—

      (a) issued the statement of development principles;

      (b) given notice that they have exercised their power under subsection (5) to decline to issue a statement;

       within such a period as may be prescribed by development order or within such extended period as may at any time be agreed upon in writing between the person requesting the statement and the authority.

    (6C)   Any appeal under this section shall be made by notice served within such time and in such manner as may be prescribed by a development order.'.

   

Mr Geoffrey Clifton-Brown
Mr David Wilshire
Sir Sydney Chapman
Sir Paul Beresford

320

Clause     40,     page     24,     line     33,     leave out 'such'.

   

Mr Geoffrey Clifton-Brown
Mr David Wilshire
Sir Sydney Chapman
Sir Paul Beresford

321

Clause     40,     page     24,     line     33,     after 'consultation', insert 'of the public and interested persons'.

   

Mr Geoffrey Clifton-Brown
Mr David Wilshire
Sir Sydney Chapman
Sir Paul Beresford

322

Clause     40,     page     24,     line     34,     leave out 'as the appropriate authority thinks fit'.

   

Mr Geoffrey Clifton-Brown
Mr David Wilshire
Sir Sydney Chapman
Sir Paul Beresford

335

Page     23,     line     32,     leave out Clause 40.

   

Mr Geoffrey Clifton-Brown
Mr David Wilshire
Sir Sydney Chapman
Sir Paul Beresford

307

Page     23,     line     32,     leave out Clause 40.

   

Matthew Green
Mr Edward Davey

183

Page     23,     line     33,     leave out Clause 40.


   

Mr Geoffrey Clifton-Brown
Mr David Wilshire
Sir Sydney Chapman
Sir Paul Beresford

99

Clause     43,     page     30,     line     11,     at end insert—

    '(1A)   Any planning application that the Secretary of State declares is of national or regional importance, as designated through subsection (1), must be subject to an Economic Impact Report.'.


   

Matthew Green

244

Clause     44,     page     32,     line     5,     leave out 'satisifed' and insert 'satisfied'.

   

David Wright

297

Clause     44,     page     32,     line     28,     at end insert—

    '(3A)   In section 83 of that Act after subsection (3) there is inserted the following subsection—

          "(4)   In this section and in Schedule 7—

          (a) a reference to the regional spatial strategy must be construed in relation to any area in Greater London as a reference to the spatial development strategy;

          (b) a reference to a region must be construed in relation to such an area as a reference to Greater London.".'.

 
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