By Malcolm Honour, CgMS, Malcolm Honour, CgMS23 April 1999
Although the assembly cannot pass primary legislation, it has powers to review secondary legislation. Secondary legislation is important in the planning system and includes, for example, the Use Classes Order, Fees Regulations and the General Permitted Development Order. The assembly would have the power to separate offices from the B1 ...
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