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Information to help you decide if you need to make an application or not.
Planning Obligations (also known as s106 agreements – of the 1990 Town & Country Planning Act) are legal agreements between a planning authority and a developer.
Sustainable drainage systems (SuDS) are a natural approach to managing drainage in and around properties and other developments.
The National Park Authority is committed to working with both communities and individuals to try to meet the local affordable housing needs of Exmoor.
In October 2014, Exmoor and Dartmoor National Parks were given the opportunity to lead the way on self-build housing opportunities after being given the green light to proceed as a ‘Right to Build’ Vanguard until 31 March 2015
Most people are aware whether or not they live in a listed building, but if there is any doubt it is worth checking before any work or repairs are carried out.
Exmoor National Park has 16 Conservation Areas. These are areas designated for their 'special architectural and historic interest.'
All you need to know before thinking about installing domestic solar pv.
Planning Aid England (PAE) provides free planning advice and support to help individuals and communities engage with the planning system and get involved in planning their local area. This is primarily provided through a website that provides information on all aspects of the planning system and an email advice service offering a limited amount of free, general planning advice. Further information is available via their website https://www.rtpi.org.uk/planning-advice