The Use and Abuse of Planning Conditions and Section 75 Obligations
In-House Training

Planning conditions or Section 75 Obligations can make the difference between the approval or the refusal of planning permission; they should therefore be necessary and reasonable.  They must be monitored to ensure compliance with their requirements, so should therefore also be precise and enforceable.  This popular workshop will examine the use of conditions and Planning Obligations with reference to Circulars 4/1998 and 3/2012, using genuine examples of both good and bad practice!  The procedures relating to the submission of applications to vary/discharge conditions and obligations will also be looked at in detail.

 

For further information / how to book

If you are interested in in-house training please contact Angela Holmes. She will be pleased to discuss your requirements and provide outline programmes for you to consider. We are also happy to consider designing bespoke/tailored workshops for individual clients, although in some cases this may involve an additional cost. When you are ready to take things further we can provide a written proposal and check presenter availability.

Please note that all enquiries are without obligation.


Comments From Previous Attendees


Content very helpful and presenter was very knowledgeable and experienced in development management both as an officer and consultant, which allows in-depth understanding. Delivery was concise, but engaging; good examples used.


Alexandra Motoi
Angus Council


As always, a well thought out and inclusive assessment of the topics.


John MacIver
City of Edinburgh Council


Very interesting and well-paced.


Martin McGroarty
Fife Council


Answered a lot of my questions.


Clare Oliver
Scottish Borders Council