Areas whereby the Council can remove permitted development rights in order to preserve the character and amenity of an area, including the historic environment.
These Directions are made by local planning authorities to restrict the exercise of permitted development rights, i.e. development permitted without the need to apply for specific planning permission.
Permitted development rights have been granted by Parliament and Government policy is that they should be withdrawn only in exceptional circumstances, including evidence of a real and specific threat that permitted development is likely to take place which could damage an interest of acknowledged importance.
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