New publication on Planning Enforcement in Northern Ireland
Safeguarding Assets by William Orbinson QC -Understanding the Planning Appeals Commissions approach to planning enforcement In Northern Ireland
The number of Planning Enforcement notices in Northern Ireland has increased significantly over the last 5 years, yet many professional advisers and consultants have little experience in dealing with the consequences, which can include crominal prosecution and the risk of a prison sentence.
What is the best course of action to take when a notice has been received - should you apply for planning permission to delay enforcement action or should you take the matter to the PAC? What about time limits for taking action? Fortunately, guidance on these and many other questions can be found in the latest book by planning barrister, William Orbinson QC. This is the most comprehensive publication on the subject of Planning Enforcement in Northern Ireland.
To see the chapter headings click here.
Bill Morrison, planning consultant, comments "Every enforcement official will want to keep a copy of this by the bedside, but the real value in the book is for practitioners looking to inform clients and mount well-supported argument at appeal. A better understanding of the PAC approach helps everyone involved in the process.
The book is available now from Planning Online by mail order Â£30+ Â£1 p&p.
Published May 2010; A4 limpback format; Click here to download order form or ring 028 4277 1080