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Consultation on the Review of Planning Practice Guidance (DCLG)

Sangeeta Sofat
Review of Planning Practice Guidance
Department for Communities and Local Government
1/J1 Eland House
Bressenden Place
London SW1P 3JA.

11 February 2013

Dear Ms Sofat,

Consultation on the Review of Planning Practice Guidance – Response from ALGAO:England

Thank you for the opportunity to comment on the Review of Planning Practice Guidance led by Lord Taylor of Goss Moor.

SPP Review - Priorities for Change

Consultation pro-forma response

Contact Details

Name : Val Turner
Organisation : ALGAO:Scotland
Telephone No : 01595 694688, Email : val [at] shetlandamenity [dot] org
Address : c/o Shetland Amenity Trust, Garthspool, Lerwick, Shetland ZE1 0NY

Policy Ideas

The review is of the SPP as a whole – please consider connections and tensions between policy subjects

Policy Subject/s : Paragraphs 98 – 124

What works?

We welcome the intention of the SPP review to update it, focus on sustainable economic growth and emphasis on place-making.

Technical Consultation on Extending Permitted Development Rights for Homeowners and Businesses (DCLG)

Helen Marks
Permitted Development Rights - Consultation
Department for Communities and Local Government
Zone 1/J3 Eland House
Bressenden Place
London
SW1E 5DU

21st December 2012

Dear Ms Marks,

Technical Consultation on Extending Permitted Development Rights for Homeowners and Businesses

Thank you for the opportunity to comment upon this technical consultation.

Implementation of the Sustainable Drainage Systems provisions in Schedule 3. Flood and Water Management Act 2010. December 2011

Sustainable Drainage Systems Team
Defra
Area 2A
Ergon House
London, SW1P 2AL
Email: suds [at] defra [dot] gsi [dot] gov [dot] uk

A Response from the Association of Local Government Archaeological Officers to the Consultation on the Implementation of the Sustainable Drainage Systems provisions in Schedule 3. Flood and Water Management Act 2010. December 2011.

The Association of Local Government Archaeological Officers (ALGAO) is the national body representing Local Government archaeology services at County, District, Metropolitan, Unitary and National Park authority level.

Relaxing the restrictions on the deployment of overhead telecommunications lines, November 2011

ALGAO is a UK-wide organisation representing local government archaeology services at County, District, Metropolitan, Unitary and National Park authority level. These services maintain Historic Environment Records (HERs) and provide advice to all the District, Unitary and other local government bodies in the country. ALGAO:UK co-ordinates the views of its member authorities and presents them to government and to other national organisations. It also acts as an advisor to the Local Government Association (LGA) on archaeological matters.

Consultation on the Draft National Planning Policy Framework

A Response from the Association of Local Government Archaeological Officers.

The Association of Local Government Archaeological Officers

The Association of Local Government Archaeological Officers (ALGAO) is the national body representing local government archaeology services. These provide advice to nearly all Local Planning Authorities in the country. ALGAO: England co-ordinates the views of its member authorities and presents them to government and to other national organisations.

Consultation on a new Planning Policy Statement: Planning for a Natural and Healthy Environment (DCLG 2010)

Submission from ALGAO:England/Planning & Legislation Committee

Questions and response form

Model Planning Conditions (Planning Inspectorate 2010)

Submission from ALGAO:England/Planning & Legislation Committee

ALGAO is the national body representing local government archaeology services at County, District, Metropolitan, Unitary and National Park authority level. These provide advice to nearly all the District, Unitary and other local government bodies in the country. ALGAO: England co-ordinates the views of its member authorities (106 in total) and presents them to government and to other national organisations. It also acts as an advisor to the Local Government Association (LGA) on archaeological matters.

Improving Engagement by Statutory and non-Statutory Consultees (DCLG 2010)

Submission from ALGAO:England/Planning & Legislation Committee

ALGAO is the national body representing local government archaeology services at County, District, Metropolitan, Unitary and National Park authority level. These provide advice to nearly all the District, Unitary and other local government bodies in the country. ALGAO: England co-ordinates the views of its member authorities (106 in total) and presents them to government and to other national organisations. It also acts as an advisor to the Local Government Association (LGA) on archaeological matters.

Improving the use and discharge of planning conditions (DCLG 2010)

Submission from ALGAO:England/Planning & Legislation Committee

ALGAO is the national body representing local government archaeology services at County, District, Metropolitan, Unitary and National Park authority level. These provide advice to nearly all the District, Unitary and other local government bodies in the country. ALGAO: England co-ordinates the views of its member authorities (106 in total) and presents them to government and to other national organisations. It also acts as an advisor to the Local Government Association (LGA) on archaeological matters.