What is a s73 application?
Section 73 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 enables an applicant to apply to develop land without compliance with conditions attached to an extant previous planning permission. Under this section a local planning authority may amend or remove conditions but may not amend any other part of the permission.
What are the application of EIA?
The environmental impact assessment (EIA) procedure is an internationally recognized method of investigating the likely impacts of a development on the surrounding environment before the development has taken place, and of providing structured and defined environmental management and monitoring programmes.
What is a NMA application?
A non-material amendment may be applied for to approve a minor change to the planning permission and does not breach any conditions originally placed on the consent.
What is an s73 in planning?
Section 73 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 allows your applications to be made for permission to develop without complying with a condition previously imposed on a planning permission.
Is a s73 application a planning application?
Section 73 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 allows applications to be made for permission to develop without complying with a condition(s) previously imposed on a planning permission.
What are the principles of EIA?
Participation – appropriate/timely access for interested parties. Transparency – open and accessible assessment decisions. Certainty – process/timing agreed in advance. Accountability – decision makers responsible for their actions and decisions.
How do I get an EIA certificate?
Documents required for Environment Impact Assessment (EIA)
- Details of Applicant.
- Details of project Proposed.
- Details of Alternative Site.
- Details of nature of land.
- Details of objectives of project.
- Details of climate and air quality.
- Details of water balance at site.
- Details of solid Waste.
How long is a NMA application?
The Local Planning Authority has 8 weeks to determine the application (13 weeks for a “major” application). Only planning permissions can be the subject of minor material amendments (not Listed Building Consents or Conservation Area Consents).
When can a section 73 application be made?
A section 73 application can only be made if the time within which the development was required to begin has not expired without the development commencing. The section 73 application process can also be used to make a ‘minor-material amendments’ to a planning permission, that is, amendments ‘…
What is a section 96A application?
A non-material amendment application under Section 96A of the Town and Country Planning Act is a way of amending an existing planning permission, if the amendment is very minor and is not a material change to the development as approved.
What is the scope of EIA?
Although the scope of EIA is limited to major developmental projects having wider consequences on human environment but, theoretically speaking, any action, project, operation, administrative policies, plans and programmes and legislative actions etc.