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Question content update for Use Classes – December 2020

by on December 16, 2020

This month we have made some changes to questions that require details of Use Classes to be provided. The content has been updated to better inform users of the specific details of the Use Classes changes that took place on 1 September, and the options for entering the required information.

This affects the following four questions: 

  1. Non-residential floorspace (all types of development)
    Asked in:
    – Full planning
    – Full planning & Conservation area
    – Full planning & Listed building
    – Full planning & Advertisement
    – Outline planning – Some matters reserved
    – Outline planning – All matters reserved
    Note that the corresponding London specific question on ‘Existing and proposed uses’ has also been updated. 

  2. Hours of opening
    Asked in:
    – Full planning
    – Full planning & Conservation area
    – Full planning & Listed building
    – Full planning & Advertisement
    – Outline planning – Some matters reserved
    – Outline planning –All matters reserved

  3. LDC: Existing Use – Description of Use, Building Works or Activity

  4. LDC: Proposed Use – Grounds for application
One Comment
  1. PETER LOVETT permalink

    With Climate change & news about flooding all over our country WHY is the government allowing applications for large housing estates on Grade 3a flood plains. One recent approval for 214 homes is a large lake at the moment, only enjoyed for ducks & seagulls.?

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