Guidance

Planning and access for disabled people: a good practice guide

This publication was withdrawn on 7 March 2014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.

The primary objective of this guide is to ensure the planning system in England successfully and consistently delivers inclusive environments…

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Planning and access for disabled people: a good practice guide

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Flow diagrams: Developing an appropriate Planning Policy framework (Appendix D)

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Development control - flow diagram

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The primary objective of this guide is to ensure the planning system in England successfully and consistently delivers inclusive environments as an integral part of the development process. An inclusive environment is one that can be used by everyone, regardless of age, gender or disability.