The module is structured around a logical sequence of stages addressing all components of Town & Country Planning and the development process in both rural and urban environments including the implications of contaminated land.
The emphasis will be on policy, law and how it is applied in practice as well as considering modern technologies. The module addresses the historic development of the Town and Country Planning system, administrative structures, the development process itself and factors affecting it.
To achieve credit for this module, students must be able to:
Demonstrate a sound working knowledge of the statutory Town and Country Planning system and its procedures.
Interpret the legal framework that surrounds the planning system and how policies are developed.
Apply this knowledge to provide practical guidance and advice to clients.
Prepare and submit applications for planning permission working within the framework of the English Town and Country Planning system
|Coursework||Submission of a planning report and advice to a client(s) including the provision of a draft planning application. (3000 words)||100%|
- Town and country planning in the UK - Cullingworth, J B, 2015
- Planning in the UK: an introduction - Greed, Clara, Johnson, David, 2014
- Developing property sustainably - Wilkinson, Sara J; Sayce, Sarah, Christensen, Pernille H, 2015
- Methods of environmental impact assessment - Morris, Peter, Therivel, Riki
- Historic environment law: planning, listed Buildings, monuments, conservation areas and objects, Supplement 2014 - Harwood, Richard
- How to get planning permission - DADE, Michael, SPEER, Roy
- A practical guide to permitted changes of use: under the general permitted development order - Goodall, Martin H
See RAU Resource list