Article 4 direction

Article Four Direction
An Article 4 direction is made by a local planning authority in the United Kingdom and exceptionally may be subject to intervention by the government.wikipedia
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General Permitted Development Order

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It serves to restrict permitted development rights, which means that a lot of the things people do to their land or houses without planning permission and often take for granted, are brought into the realms of planning consent. It is a statement made under the Town and Country Planning Acts, specifically the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) Order 1995.

Local planning authority

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An Article 4 direction is made by a local planning authority in the United Kingdom and exceptionally may be subject to intervention by the government.

United Kingdom

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An Article 4 direction is made by a local planning authority in the United Kingdom and exceptionally may be subject to intervention by the government.

Town and country planning in the United Kingdom

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It is a statement made under the Town and Country Planning Acts, specifically the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) Order 1995.

Noel Park

In 1982, the majority of the area was granted Conservation Area and Article Four Direction status by the Secretary of State for the Environment, in recognition of its significance in the development of suburban and philanthropic housing and in the history of the modern housing estate.

St Johns, London

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Brookmill Road Conservation Area is subject to an Article 4 Direction, preserving the character of the area by prohibiting many kinds of external alterations.

Old Oak and Wormholt

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An Article 4 Direction, taking away certain PD Rights (permitted development rights) to preserve aspects of the character of the estate, has been issued.

Jaywick

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In 1978, the local council issued an "Article 4 Direction" to control housing development in Jaywick.

Elm Grove, Brighton

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In April 2013, the council introduced new Article Four Directions for HMO and student housing in the five wards with the highest density of such housing, including Hanover & Elm Grove ward.

Matlock Bath

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Matlock Bath is now a designated conservation area with an Article 4 Direction in relation to properties, predominantly along North and South Parade.

Sutton Coldfield

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The High Street, King Edward's Square, Upper Clifton Road, Mill Street, and the northern end of Coleshill Street are protected by the High Street conservation area, which is part covered by an Article 4 Direction.

House in multiple occupation

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Where an Article 4 direction has been applied by a local authority, planning permission is required for the change of use of a dwelling house to HMO accommodation in the area designated.

Forty Green, Marlow

Forty Green, in Marlow
Wycombe District Council has also made an Article Four Direction (which removes some permitted development rights) on the land North of Bovingdon Heights, Marlow.

List of conservation areas in the West Midlands (county)

List of conservation areas in the West MidlandsSolihull's conservation areas

Roundhill Crescent

The insertion of modern exterior features such as replacement doors, windows and roofs has been restricted by an Article Four Direction, covering the whole Round Hill conservation area, since 2000.

Hyde Farm Estate

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Because of the uniform appearance of the houses and the survival of so many original doors and windows, since 2002 the area of the Conservation Area has also been subject to an Article Four Direction restricting changes without specific consent from Lambeth as the planning authority.