The Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act 2013

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The Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act 2013 introduces a number of reforms designed to simplify and streamline existing planning procedures to provide greater clarity for owners and developers of listed buildings or buildings within a Conservation Area.

“The complexity of the non-planning consents landscape and its interaction with the planning system impose additional costs and generate additional risk for businesses. Together, they are a sizable factor in determining the investment climate in the UK and, therefore, in delivering sustainable development and economic growth”. Adrian Penfold - Foreword - the Penfold Review 2010 -

The Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act 2013 reflects the next step taken by the Government to promote economic growth by reforming the planning system and incorporates a number of recommendations from the Penfold review in 2010. It introduces reforms designed to simplify and streamline existing planning procedures to provide greater clarity and certainty for owners and developers of listed buildings or buildings within a Conservation Area.

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