Policy paper

Planning guarantee monitoring report

This publication was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government

The planning guarantee was announced as part of the government’s plan for growth on 21 March 2011, alongside a number of other proposals to …

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Planning Guarantee Monitoring Report

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Planning Guarantee Monitoring Statistics 2011-12

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The planning guarantee was announced as part of the government’s plan for growth on 21 March 2011, alongside a number of other proposals to streamline the planning application process and related consents. Further details of how the guarantee is intended to operate were set out on 29 July 2011.

In principle no application should spend more than 26 weeks with either the planning authority or the Planning Inspectorate if the guarantee is to be met. This monitoring report sets out planning authority and Planning Inspectorate performance against a 26-week target.

The government is considering what further measures may be necessary to support the operation of the guarantee, including any additional reporting requirements.