The Government have announced a one year extension to the temporary provisions which allow applicants to extend the time limits for implementing a planning permission.
From 1st of October 2012 a new 12-month cohort of planning permissions come within the scope of these provisions. This means applicants with unimplemented, extant planning permissions granted on or before 1 October 2010 (previously the deadline was 1 October 2009) will now be able to apply for a replacement permission for the same development, subject to a new time limit for implementation. As before, such applications will be subject to a lower fee, less onerous information and consultation requirements and a design and access statement will not be required.
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