PPS7Planning Policy Statement 7 (Sustainable Development in Rural Areas)
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For a comparison of hospitals' available beds, ADCS, and ratios during the period from PPSI through PPS7, data from the cost report files were used.
Lake House is the first to be approved in the region in the 20 years since the PPS7 rule was introduced.
It was 'fundamentally wrong' that the Government in PPS7 tells local authorities to consider the need to protect good quality agricultural land alongside the need for the accessibility to infrastructure, workforce and markets, Mr Oliver said.
PPS7 is a special kind of application, which encourages the exceptional, innovative, quality design of residential properties in rural areas.
Landscape character assessment (LCA), endorsed in PPS7: Sustainable Development in Rural Areas and PPS22: Renewable Energy, has great potential to provide a spatial framework and rich information resource to guide positive planning policies.
PPS7 acknowledges that areas of locally important landscape that are not nationally designated need adequate protection.
2004) will know that 'Gummer's Law'--allowing an exemption for large, high-quality 'Country Houses' to be built in the open countryside--resurfaced in the Government's new planning policy statement for the countryside, PPS7.
This planning advice has now been substantially re-iterated by the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister (ODPM) in PPS7 (the August 2004 replacement for PPG7, now re-titled Sustainable Development in Rural Areas (2)).
Planning policy in the form of a document entitled PPS7 has directed a shift change when it comes to assessing the potential of a conversion.
* 3.8 Planning: The ODPM issues the final approved version of PPS7: Sustainable Development in Rural Areas.
As the application is based upon inapplicable PPG1, PPG4 and PPS7 ( as has been outlined in our own correspondence with the council ( I hope full weight will be given to our objections.
Eager to show that it is a listening Government, despite all the evidence to the contrary from student fees to Iraq, the final revision of PPG7 (now called PPS7 as part of the 're-naming of parts' programme that keeps us all busy at the moment) keeps Gummer's Law.