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New Dwellings via New Permitted Development Rights

Landmark Chambers and Town Legal LLP present a webinar on new dwellings via new permitted development rights.

There is now a wide range of permitted development rights that enable new dwellings to be created, by way of the prior approval process, without the need for a traditional planning application, including extending buildings upwards by two storeys, replacing commercial buildings with new residential development, alongside the existing conversion rights from offices and various other uses.

This webinar will look at the following:

  • What are the opportunities, the traps and uncertainties?
  • What can an LPA take into account on a prior approval application - and what can’t it take into account?
  • How to crystallise your right, how does the completion deadline work and what about transitional arrangements?
  • The definitional uncertainties
  • CIL, section 106, conditions, appeals
  • How to deal with associated works and applications

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About the speakers

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Meeta Kaur

Meeta is a UK qualified lawyer and chartered town planner. She specialises in large scale mixed-use redevelopment and regeneration schemes, including urban extensions, in London and across the country.

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Zack Simons

Zack’s practice focuses on housing, infrastructure, commercial development, and compulsory purchase work. He acts for a wide range of developers, including some of the UK’s leading housebuilders, a wide range of regional housebuilders and some of the country’s leading land promoters, Central Government, and many local planning authorities.

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Victoria McKeegan

Victoria trained and qualified at Slaughter and May and then worked with Duncan Field in the Planning Team at Norton Rose Fulbright prior to joining Town. She has advised on a number of development projects and infrastructure schemes and on a variety of planning matters.

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Simon Ricketts

Simon specialises in planning, compulsory purchase and related public law issues in relation to major mixed-use development schemes across England. Before co-founding Town, he was head of planning and environmental law first at SJ Berwin and then King & Wood Mallesons.

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