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Planning Enforcement Article

To undertake development or change the use of buildings or land without planning consent is not necessarily unlawful but if you are discovered you may receive a planning enforcement notice.
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So Close, Yet So Far Away!

The team made it to their home town yesterday, looking tired yet happy... who can blame them? 
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Working Hard or Hardly Working?

Acorus director has left his starting point
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Defra – Net Annual Income Assessment Ser...

“Commercial Unit” test under the Agricultural Holdings Act (AHA) 1986
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Joy For North Yorkshire Farmer

Acorus North have obtained planning consent for a farmer in North Yorkshire for a silage clamp with adjacent underground effluent tank
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And They're Off!...

The Charity Bike Ride Begins From Scotland
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Agricultural Notification Approval in th...

Agricultural Notification Approval in the Midlands
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Acorus Director to Cycle 1000 Miles

All in the name of charity, you say! From the 30th June 2019 - 13th July 2019, one of our directors, Mike Bamforth, will be starting a gruelling 986 miles and 58,000 ft. of uphill bike riding. From one end of the country to the other, they will be burning calories from John O Groats to Lands End. 
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Permitted Development Prior Approval

The Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) (England) Order 2015 (as amended) has several sections where prior approval is required.
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Small Residential Schemes in the Country...

Planning permission for residential development of land in rural areas has traditionally been difficult to obtain.  This is particularly down to planning policy seeking to control development with very few exceptions.  As such planning policy seeks to direct residential development to within established settlement development boundaries, and sites identified as suitable in local planning authority’s (LPA) local plans and development management policies.
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