Environmental assessment of projects in simplified planning zones and enterprise zones.
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Environmental assessment of projects in simplified planning zones and enterprise zones. by Great Britain. Department of the Environment.

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Published by H.M.S.O. in London .
Written in English

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SeriesCircular / Department of the Environment -- 24/88, Circular / Welsh Office -- 48/88
ContributionsGreat Britain. Welsh Office.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22712391M
ISBN 100117521612

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Simplified Planning Zones (SPZs) and Enterprise Zones (EZs) (regulations 23 and 24) Development which is the subject of a planning enforcement notice (regulations 25 and 26) Determining whether EIA is needed Determinations by the local planning authority Directions by the Secretary of StateFile Size: KB. The information compiled by the developer is known as an EIA report, previously referred to as Environmental Statement in the Town and Country Planning (Environmental Impact Assessment) (Scotland) Regulations (the ‘ Regulations’). b) The EIA report (and the application to which it relates) must be Size: KB. Impact Assessment) Regulations (Northern Ireland) Made - - - - 25th February Permission in Enterprise and Simplified Planning Zones and Permission Granted by Development Orders Restrictions on grant of permission by old enterprise zone schemes The Planning (Environmental Impact Assessment) Regulations (Northern Ireland).   Community Right to Build Orders can be used to allow parish councils and neighbourhood forums to grant planning permission for a specific development proposal or classes of development. In addition, the government is establishing ‘enterprise zones’ in Local Enterprise Partnerships areas. LEP's are able to bid for enterprise zones.

Partnership areas. The Enterprise Zone policy seeks to encourage the physical and economic regeneration of relatively small areas of around hectares. Enterprise Zone sites benefit from: • A business rate discount worth up to £, per business over a five year period; • Government help to develop simplified planning approaches. EIA Report The Environmental Impact Assessment Report is the document prepared by the Developer that presents the output of the assessment. It contains information regarding the Project, the likely significant effect of the Project, the Baseline scenario, the proposed alternatives, the features and Measures to mitigateFile Size: 2MB.   Environmental zones - or 'E zones' - are designed to protect land that is of important environmental value. The Final Recommendations Report ensures that environmental zones are applied to places on the Far North Coast where the 'primary use' of the land justifies either environmental conservation ('E2') or environmental management ('E3') zoning, based on .   The process of Environmental Impact Assessment in the context of town and country planning in England is governed by the Town and Country Planning (Environmental Impact Assessment) Regulations (the ‘ Regulations’). These regulations apply to development which is given planning.

Local Development Orders and Environmental Impact Assessment simplified planning regimes for Enterprise Local Development Orders (LDOs) are emerging across the country, providing Zones. The LDO is not a new tool – local planning authorities were granted powers to make LDOs for defined areas by the Town and Country Planning Act – but until. Strategic Environmental Assessment and Land Use Planning plans. Moreover, some key decisions are now made under the special regulatory regimes applying in . Strategic Environmental Assessment Information Material 2 planning projects was introduced in ies. It was called State Environmental Review and, the described history of Enviornmental Review in the Soviet State is shortened and simplified. Of course there are environment pollution norms in the western countries as well, however File Size: KB. Enterprise zones are intended to encourage growth and create new businesses and new jobs by allowing simplified planning procedures and through business rates discounts. The government originally intended to establish 21 enterprise zones in Local Enterprise Partnerships (LEPs) areas.