Planning outlines or battle lines? The amount of work, level of detail and assessment authority in planning applications remain hotly contested territories
When is an outline application not enough? Two contradictory recent decisions throw new light and confusion on the question often raised between architects and their clients about how much work has to go into the formulation of a planning application so as to establish the principle of the intended development.
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