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Series: Planning Policy Guidance Notes Volume: 7. Publisher: The Stationery Office (TSO). Series: Planning Policy Guidance Notes Volume: 7.
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In the United Kingdom, Planning Policy Guidance Notes (PPG) were statements of the Government's national policy and principles towards certain aspects of the town planning framework. These national policy documents were originally known as PPGs and under the provisions of the Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004, they were gradually being replaced by Planning Policy Statements (PPS).
Office of the Deputy Prime Minister UK: Planning Policy Statement 7. .
Office of the Deputy Prime Minister UK: Planning Policy Statement 7 - Sustainable Development in Rural Areas. This PPS replaces Planning Policy Guidance (PPG) Note 7, The Countryside Environmental Quality and Economic and Social Development, published in February 1997.
Partially superseded (the economic development sections only) by Planning policy statement 4: planning for .
Partially superseded (the economic development sections only) by Planning policy statement 4: planning for sustainable economic growth (DCLG, 2009). Superseded by National planning policy framework (DCLG, 2012). Publisher Information. Office of the Deputy Prime Minister. Their publications included the Building Regulations Approved Documents, Planning Policy Guidance Notes, and technical reports and fact sheets covering a wide range of subjects within the built environment.
Development Plans, London: The Stationary Office. Department of Transport, Local Government and the Regions (1999) Planning Policy Guidance Note 12, Development Plans (London, The Stationery Office). Department of Transport, Local Government and the Regions (1999) Planning Policy Guidance Note 12 The Stationery Office).
Developing National Sustainable Development Strategies in Post-Conflict Countries. These guidance notes were developed to address the dual challenges of peacebuilding and sustainable development, and, more specifically, provide guidance on how to approach sustainable development in post-conflict countries. This document is primarily intended to support national governments of post-conflict countries.
3 Planning Policy Guidance 15: Planning and the Historic Environment . Greenfield land is undeveloped land in a city or rural area either used for agriculture or landscape design, or left to evolve naturally.
3 Planning Policy Guidance 15: Planning and the Historic Environment (1990 to 2010). 4 Planning Policy Guidance 16: Archaeology and Planning (1990 to 2010). 5 Planning Policy Guidance 24: Planning and Noise (1994 to 2012). PPG3 was introduced to steer policy away from the development of large, spacious houses on greenfield sites, towards higher density development using brownfield or urban sites wherever possible, it also sought to compel developers to provide a greater element of affordable housing.
Planning Policy Guidance notes were gradually replaced by Planning Policy Statements (PPS), written statements .
Planning Policy Guidance notes were gradually replaced by Planning Policy Statements (PPS), written statements published by the government to help explain the statutory provisions of the planning policy. Planning Policy Statements were in turn progressively revoked when the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) was published in 2012. Archived Planning Policy Guidance notes can be found on the Planning Portal.
PLANNING POLICY . National Policy Planning Policy Guidance 3: ‘Housing’ (PPG3) sets out the Government’s guidance on housing provision
PLANNING POLICY . National Policy Planning Policy Guidance 3: ‘Housing’ (PPG3) sets out the Government’s guidance on housing provision. Local Planning Authorities are advised to encourage the development of a mix of housing types in their area including affordable housing to meet local needs. Circular 6/98: ‘Planning and Affordable Housing’ provides more detail including; housing needs surveys, identifying suitable sites and securing affordable housing by involving Registered Social Landlords (RSLs) and using conditions and obligations.
The National Planning Policy Framework and relevant planning practice guidance. Added 'Housing Delivery Test measurement rule book'. Added guidance on 'Brownfield land registers' and 'Permission in principle'. Published 29 November 2016 Last updated 1 October 2019 - see all updates. From: Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government. The National Planning Policy Framework was published on 27 March 2012 and revised on 24 July 2018. It sets out the government’s planning policies for England and how these are expected to be applied. Download the full policy document.