Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government (MHCLG)
Guidance for tenants, landlords, letting agents and local authority enforcement officers explaining how the Act affects them.
This guide is for people who are looking for a house or flat to rent.
Building regulation in England covering fire safety matters within and around buildings.
Forms for landlords and/or tenants to propose action relating to tenancy agreements.
Guidance on householder permitted development, which allow improvement and extension of homes without the need for a planning application.
Information on carrying out building work under the Party Wall etc Act 1996, or what to do if your neighbour tells you they're about to carry out work.
Sets out when planning permission is required and different types of planning permission which may be granted.
Explains the legislation governing Tree Preservation Orders and tree protection in conservation areas.
Building regulation in England to ensure that people are able to access and use buildings and their facilities.
A model tenancy agreement for use in the private rented sector where a shorthold tenancy is being entered into, and accompanying guidance.
This guidance explains what the Community Infrastructure Levy is and how it operates.
Supports effective delivery of planning application process.
Advises how to take account of and address the risks associated with flooding and coastal change in the planning process.
Explains requirements of the Town and Country Planning (Environmental Impact Assessment) Regulations 2017.
Building regulation in England setting standards for the energy performance of new and existing buildings.
Responding to suspected breaches of planning control.
This document sets out the government’s new nationally described space standard.
Sets out key principles in understanding viability in plan making and decision taking.
The guidance explains the neighbourhood planning system introduced by the Localism Act, including key stages and considerations required.
Building regulation in England covering the buildings users protection from falling, collision and impact in and around the building.
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