Legislation on the use of planning conditions may be superfluous

Construction

Following government concerns about overly restrictive and unnecessary conditions causing delays to development, the Neighbourhood Planning Act 2017 includes provisions which, if brought into force, would permit the secretary of state to make regulations setting out that certain planning conditions may not be imposed in any circumstances.

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