Planning policy replaced by the NPPF
The National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF), published in March 2012 set out the Government’s planning policies for England and how these are expected to be applied. Annex 3 includes a list of planning policy statements, guidance and other documents replaced by the NPPF and so no longer in force.
- Planning Policy Statement: Delivering Sustainable Development
- Planning Policy Statement: Planning and Climate Change – Supplement to Planning Policy Statement 1
- Planning Policy Guidance 2: Green Belts
- Planning Policy Statement 3: Housing
- Planning Policy Statement 4: Planning for Sustainable Economic Growth
- Planning Policy Statement 5: Planning for the Historic Environment
- Planning Policy Statement 7: Sustainable Development in Rural Areas
- Planning Policy Guidance 8: Telecommunications
- Planning Policy Statement 9: Biodiversity and Geological Conservation
- Planning Policy Statement 12: Local Spatial Planning
- Planning Policy Guidance 13: Transport
- Planning Policy Guidance 14: Development on Unstable Land
- Planning Policy Guidance 17: Planning for Open Space, Sport and Recreation
- Planning Policy Guidance 18: Enforcing Planning Control
- Planning Policy Guidance 19: Outdoor Advertisement Control
- Planning Policy Guidance 20: Coastal Planning
- Planning Policy Statement 22: Renewable Energy
- Planning Policy Statement 23: Planning and Pollution Control
- Planning Policy Guidance 24: Planning and Noise
- Planning Policy Statement 25: Development and Flood Risk
- Planning Policy Statement 25 Supplement: Development and Coastal Change
- Minerals Policy Statement 1: Planning and Minerals
- Minerals Policy Statement 2: Controlling and Mitigating the Environmental Effects of Minerals Extraction In England.
- Minerals Planning Guidance 2: Applications, permissions and conditions
- Minerals Planning Guidance 3: Coal Mining and Colliery Spoil Disposal
- Minerals Planning Guidance 5: Stability in surface mineral workings and tips
- Minerals Planning Guidance 7: Reclamation of minerals workings
- Minerals Planning Guidance 10: Provision of raw material for the cement industry
- Minerals Planning Guidance 13: Guidance for peat provision in England
- Minerals Planning Guidance 15: Provision of silica sand in England
- Circular 05/2005: Planning Obligations
- Government Office London Circular 1/2008: Strategic Planning in London
- Letter to Chief Planning Officers: Town and Country Planning (Electronic Communications) (England) Order 2003
- Letter to Chief Planning Officers: Planning Obligations and Planning Registers
- Letter to Chief Planning Officers: Model Planning Conditions for development on land affected by contamination
- Letter to Chief Planning Officers: Planning for Housing and Economic Recovery
- Letter to Chief Planning Officers: Development and Flood Risk – Update to the Practice Guide to Planning Policy Statement 25
- Letter to Chief Planning Officers: Implementation of Planning Policy Statement (PPS25) – Development and Flood Risk
- Letter to Chief Planning Officers: The Planning Bill – delivering well designed homes and high quality places
- Letter to Chief Planning Officers: Planning and Climate Change – Update
- Letter to Chief Planning Officers: New powers for local authorities to stop ‘garden- grabbing’
- Letter to Chief Planning Officer: Area Based Grant: Climate Change New Burdens
- Letter to Chief Planning Officers: The Localism Bill
- Letter to Chief Planning Officers: Planning policy on residential parking standards, parking charges, and electric vehicle charging infrastructure
See also The Penfold Review, “Review of non-planning consents”, published on July 18th 2010.
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