The law relating to planning is discovered mainly in the Town and Country Planning Acts of 1971 and 1972 and the Town and Country Amenities Act 1974. The object of the 1974 Act was to make further provision for the control of development in the interests of amenity, and in particular to ensure the protection of trees and the preservation and enhancement of conservation areas, but it also contained important provisions relating to the preservation of buildings of architectural and historic interest, their surroundings and landscapes.
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- 1.As amended by the Town and Country Planning (Amendment) Act 1972.Google Scholar
- 2.A Code of Practice for proceedings in the public examination is published by the Department of the Environment (1973).Google Scholar
- 3.Of which not more than fourteen days may be used for motor or motor-cycle racing or the holding of markets.Google Scholar
- 4.Pyx Granite Co. Ltd v. Minister of Housing and Local Government,  1 All E.R. 625; Fawcett Properties Ltd v. Buckingham County Council,  3 All E.R. 503.Google Scholar
- 5.Pyx Granite Co. Ltd v. Ministry of Housing and Local Government,  1 Q.B. 554, p. 572.Google Scholar
- 6.A certificate is not required in development areas defined in the Development Areas Order 1966 and the Town and Country Planning (Industrial Development Certificates) Regulations 1972, but in some areas the exemption limit is 10,000 square feet and in others 15,000 square feet.Google Scholar
- 7.The full list appears in section 242.Google Scholar
- 8.Under section 246 of the 1971 Act.Google Scholar
- 9.Which states a local planning authority may grant planning permission’ subject to conditions as they think fit’; and by section 30(1)(a) may do so ‘for regulating the development or use of land.’ See also Hall & Co. Ltd v. Shoreham-by-Sea Urban District Council,  1 All E.R. 1; Prosser v. Minister of Housing and Local Government (1968), 67 L.G.R. 109; and Minister of Housing and Local Government v. Hartnell,  1 All E.R. 490.Google Scholar
- 10.Town and Country Planning (Determination of Appeals by Appointed Persons) (Prescribed Classes) Regulatio’ns 1972.Google Scholar
- 11.By section 5(1) of the Town and Country Amenities Act 1974.Google Scholar
- 12.Certain trees may be exempted by regulations to be published by the Secretary of State; section 61A(4) of the 1971 Act.Google Scholar
- 13.Town and Country Planning (Control of Advertisements) Regulations 1969, as amended.Google Scholar