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In its broadest sense, the word order can refer to an arrangement of things, a mandate or instruction (including those made under legislation or by the court), a request for something to be supplied (purchasing), or an order of magnitude.
In the construction industry, the word order might refer to:
- Back order.
- Change order.
- Classical orders.
- Community right to build order.
- Compulsory purchase order.
- Contract order.
- Development consent order.
- Development Management Procedure Order.
- Fire Safety Order.
- General development order.
- Listed building consent order.
- Local development order.
- Local listed building consent order.
- Made to order.
- Nature Conservation Order.
- Neighbourhood development order.
- Permitted development order.
- Principles of order.
- Purchase order.
- Special Nature Conservation Order.
- Special procedure order.
- Standing order
- Stop work order.
- Tree preservation order.
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