List of Proposed National Policy to be Cancelled by the NPPF – what stays and what goes?

This is from the consultation document and I have added hyperlinks to the original.

Documents to be cancelled Date of publication
Planning Policy Statement 1: Delivering Sustainable Development 31 January 2005
Planning Policy Statement: Planning and Climate Change – Supplement to Planning Policy Statement 1 17 December 2007
Planning Policy Guidance 2: Green Belts 24 January 1995
Planning Policy Statement 3: Housing 9 June 2010
Planning Policy Statement 4: Planning for Sustainable Economic Growth 29 December 2009
Planning Policy Statement 5: Planning for the Historic Environment 23 March 2010
Planning Policy Statement 7: Sustainable Development in Rural Areas 3 August 2004
Planning Policy Guidance 8: Telecommunications 23 August 2001
Planning Policy Statement 9: Biodiversity and Geological Conservation 16 August 2005
Planning Policy Statement 12: Local Spatial Planning  4 June 2008
Planning Policy Guidance 13: Transport  3 January 2011
Planning Policy Guidance 14: Development on Unstable Land   30 April 1990
Planning Policy Guidance 17: Planning for Open Space, Sport and Recreation 24 July 2002
Planning Policy Guidance 18: Enforcing Planning Control 20 December 1991
Planning Policy Guidance 19: Outdoor Advertisement Control 23 March 1992
Planning Policy Guidance 20: Coastal Planning 1 October 1992
Planning Policy Statement 22: Renewable Energy  10 August 2004
Planning Policy Statement 23: Planning and Pollution Control 3 November 2004
Planning Policy Guidance 24: Planning and Noise 3 October 1994
Planning Policy Statement 25: Development and Flood Risk 29 March 2010
Planning Policy Statement 25 Supplement: Development and Coastal Change 9 March 2010
Minerals Policy Statement 1: Planning and Minerals  
Minerals Policy Statement 2: Controlling and Mitigating the Environmental Effects of Minerals Extraction In England. (This includes its Annex 1: Dust and Annex 2: Noise)  
Minerals Planning Guidance 2: Applications, permissions and conditions  
Minerals Planning Guidance 3: Coal Mining and Colliery Spoil Disposal 30 March 1999
Minerals Planning Guidance 5: Stability in surface mineral workings and tips 28 January 2000
Minerals Planning Guidance 7: Reclamation of minerals workings 29 November 1996
Minerals Planning Guidance 10: Provision of raw material for the cement industry 20 november 1991
Minerals Planning Guidance 13: Guidance for peat provision in England 13 July 1995
Minerals Planning Guidance 15: Provision of silica sand in England 23 September 1996
Circular 05/2005: Planning Obligations 18 July 2005
Government Office London Circular 1/2008: Strategic Planning in London 4 April 2008
Letter to Chief Planning Officers: Addition of the Forestry Commission to the List of Non-Statutory Consultees  15 March 1999
Letter to Chief Planning Officers: Town and Country Planning  (Electronic Communications) (England) Order 2003
Letter to Chief Planning Officers: Planning Obligations and Planning Registers 3 April 2002
Letter to Chief Planning Officers: Model Planning Conditions for development on land affected by contamination 30 May 2008
Letter to Chief Planning Officers: National Policy Statements  9 November 2009
Letter to Chief Planning Officers: Local authorities’ role in new consenting process for nationally significant infrastructure projects 16 July 2009
Letter to Chief Planning Officers: Planning for Housing and Economic Recovery 12 May 2009

Letter to Chief Planning Officers: Development and Flood Risk –  Update to the Practice Guide to Planning Policy Statement 25

 

14 December 2009

 

Letter to Chief Planning Officers: Implementation of Planning Policy Statement 25 (PPS25) – Development and Flood Risk

 

7 May 2009

 

Letter to Chief Planning Officers: The Planning Bill – delivering  well designed homes and high quality places

 

23 February 2009

 

Letter to Chief Planning Officers: Planning and Climate Change – Update

 

 

20 January 2009

 

Letter to Chief Planning Officers: New powers for local authorities to stop ‘garden- grabbing’

 

15 June 2010

 

Letter to Chief Planning Officer: Area Based Grant: Climate  Change New Burdens

 

14 January 2010

 

Letter to Chief Planning Officers: The Localism Bill 15 December 2010

Letter to Chief Planning Officers: Planning policy on residential parking standards, parking charges, and electric vehicle charging infrastructure

 

14 January 2011

 

So MPS would stay, as would the conditions and costs circulars and many other procedural circulars.  The fate of some annexes, such as to PPS22, remains unclear.

It would seem the government has sensibily decided it would be unwise to try and replace one whole volume of the planning encylopedia in a few days.

Why keep the conditions circular and withdraw the 30th May 2008 annex to it replacing para 56 to 59?

Critically The Planning System 2004:General Principles – Still applies.

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Posted on July 31, 2011, in National Planning Policy Framework, urban planning. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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