John Barrett and Brian Denney Discuss Landscape

 

It is increasingly common for proposed development sites to be resisted or challenged on the basis of being an un-designated ‘valued landscape’. Valued landscapes are referred to in the NPPF (paragraph 109), but the Framework does not define valued landscapes, nor does it clarify the relationship between the protection and enhancement of  un-designated valued landscapes and the presumption in favour of sustainable development.

There is not as yet, a consensus on what constitutes an un-designated valued landscape for the purposes of the NPPF, or when identified what weight it should attract in decision making. There have been many appeal decisions which have addressed the issue, but no consistent or definitive approach has emerged. It remains a matter of judgement and that judgement is not, in many cases, being well informed by the applicant.

This seminar explores the issue of un-designated valued landscapes, their relationship with the NPPF and the decision making process and the manner in which valued landscapes can best be assessed, evaluated and given an appropriate planning context.

Delegates:

The talk is aimed at developer, land promoter and housebuilder professionals


To Book: 

To reserve a space at the seminar please contact seminars@kingschambers.com 

 

Date:

26 Mar 2018


Venue:

The DoubleTree Hilton, Granary Wharf, 2 Wharf Approach, Leeds LS1 4BR


Registration:

3:30 PM for a 4 PM start


Seminar ends:

Approx 6:00 PM



Duration:

1.5 hours


Fee:

£10 + VAT


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