Much of the new Scottish planning system, legislated by the Planning etc (Scotland) act 2006 and various secondary legislations, has now been implemented, with a commitment to further reforms. Planning Law Essentials explains the current state of planning law in Scotland as a whole, with a focus on the recent reforms. From national to local planning policy, and from applications to appeals, it is an excellent resource for Scots law students, planners, surveyors, land managers, environmental NGOs and community groups. End-of-chapter summaries highlight the essential facts, while the essential cases summaries show how the planning law has be enacted in practice.
|Publisher||Edinburgh University Press|
|Rating||4.5/5 (16 users)|