General Permitted Development Order

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The Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) (England) Order 2015 (the "GPDO 2015") is a statutory instrument, applying in England, that grants planning permission for certain types of development (such development is then referred to as permitted development).wikipedia
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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.

Conservation area (United Kingdom)

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Conservation area status also removes some permitted development rights that apply in undesignated areas.

Town and country planning in the United Kingdom

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Statutory instrument (UK)

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The Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) (England) Order 2015 (the "GPDO 2015") is a statutory instrument, applying in England, that grants planning permission for certain types of development (such development is then referred to as permitted development).

Town and Country Planning Act 1990

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The GPDO 2015 was made by the Secretary of State under authority granted by sections 59, 60, and 333 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990.

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Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government

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In September 2008, the Department for Communities and Local Government ("DCLG") published a document titled Guidance on the permeable surfacing of front gardens, which provides advice about how to interpret Part 1 Class F. This document was subsequently updated in May 2009.

Planning Portal

In March 2016, the Planning Portal published a document titled Notification of a proposed larger Home Extension, which provides advice about the system of larger rear extensions under Part 1 Class A.

Local planning authority

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Some changes of use are subject to a prior approval procedure with the local planning authority (LPA).

Welsh Government

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In July 2013, the Welsh Government published a document titled "Technical Guidance: Permitted development for householders", which provides advice about how to interpret Part 1.

Kit Malthouse

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On 25 May 2019 Housing Minister Kit Malthouse MP announced that temporary changes to Permitted Development Rights, in place since 2012 and due to expire on 30 May 2019, would become permanent.

London Borough of Wandsworth

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