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- DescriptionNational Infrastructure Planning Handbook 2016 offers legal commentary on nationally significant infrastructure projects alongside the fully consolidated Planning Act 2008. This title is linked to the online service National Infrastructure Planning and provides articles and materials to help practitioners and consultants navigate the complex Planning Act 2008. The authors share best practice, new ideas, updates on new developments and advice and solutions for problem areas. Includes coverage of the following: The Examining Authority and the Secretary of State; National Policy Statements; Nationally Significant Infrastructure Projects; Requirement for Development Consent; Pre-application Procedures; Information and Surveys; Making an Application; Contents of a Development Consent Order; Compulsory Purchase; Environmental Impact Assessment and Habitats Regulations Assessment; Other Application Documents; Pre-Examination, Examination and Post-Examination; Correction of Errors, Changes and Revocation; Legal Challenges; Enforcement; Miscellaneous Issues.
- Author BiographyMichael Humphries QC is one of the most experienced practitioners in the field of nationally significant infrastructure planning. Michael has acted for and advised in relation to a number of the largest projects to have come through the new Planning Act 2008 regime, as well as having extensive experience under the earlier infrastructure consenting regimes. He was Real Estate, Environment and Planning Silk of the Year in the Legal 500 UK Awards, 2013 and Environment/Planning Silk of the Year in the Chambers and Partners Bar Awards, 2013. Francis Taylor Building (ftb) is a leading set of barristers chambers specialising in infrastructure law, environmental law, planning law, compulsory purchase, land valuation and other areas of the law. Members advise and represent clients on a wide variety of infrastructure projects promoted under the Planning Act 2008, the Town & Country Planning Act 1990, the Transport and Works Act 1992, the Electricity Act 1989 and other legislation. They act for promoters, local authorities, statutory consultees and other interested parties and between them provide a wealth of knowledge and experience as authors of the National Infrastructure Planning Service and the National Infrastructure Planning Handbook.
- Author(s)Michael Humphries
- PublisherBloomsbury Publishing PLC
- Date of Publication31/12/2016
- SubjectNational Law: Professional
- Place of PublicationLondon
- Country of PublicationUnited Kingdom
- ImprintBloomsbury Professional
- Weight367 g
- Width156 mm
- Height234 mm
- Format DetailsRough front
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