Permitted Development Rights

The Government’s changes to Permitted Development Rights (PDRs) are the vanguard of its dangerous attack on the democratic planning system in England.

Briefing 

Download briefing: Permitted Development Rights

Video explainer

In this explainer, Hugh Ellis (Policy Director, Town & Country Planning Association) and Naomi Luhde-Thompson (Director, Rights : Community : Action) explain what’s in store and why anyone with an interest in a sustainable and fair planning system should be gravely worried – and take action.

 

 

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