Meaning Local planning authority
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Local planning authority


The Councils are the Local Planning Authority for the majority of development in their respective districts.
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Local planning authority


The public authority whose duty it is to carry out specific planning functions for a particular area. All references to local planning authority apply to the district council, London borough council, county council, Broads Authority, National Park Authority and the Greater London Authority, to the extent appropriate to their responsibilities.
Source: planningportal.co.uk

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Local planning authority


The public authority whose duty it is to carry out specific planning functions for a particular area. All references to local planning authority apply to the district council, London borough council, county council, Broads Authority, National Park Authority and the Greater London Authority, to the extent appropriate to their responsibilities.
Source: planningguidance.communities.gov.uk

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Local planning authority


the local authority or council that is empowered by law to exercise planning functions. This is normally the local borough or district council, but in National Parks and some other areas there is a di [..]
Source: lawsonfairbank.co.uk

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Local planning authority


In Wealden, this is the District Council for Local Plan preparation and development control, except in the case of mineral working and waste disposal which are the responsibility of the County Council [..]
Source: wealden.gov.uk

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Local planning authority


The local government body which is responsible for formulating planning policies, controlling development through determining planning applications and taking enforcement action when necessary. This i [..]
Source: communityplanning.net




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