Guidance

Access to and charging for planning information: guidance

This publication was withdrawn on 7 March 2014

Archived and replaced by the new planning practice guidance launched 6 March 2014 on an external website.

This guide is intended to help and encourage local planning authorities (LPAs) to go beyond the minimum requirements for access to planning …

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Making the planning system accessible to everyone: Good-practice guidance on access to and charging for planning information

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This guide is intended to help and encourage local planning authorities (LPAs) to go beyond the minimum requirements for access to planning information, and for providing information at a reasonable cost to the customer. It will help in preparing statements of community involvement by providing practical examples of ways in which LPAs have increased access to planning information.

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