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The Town and Country Planning (Fees for Applications, Deemed Applications, Requests and Site Visits) (England) Regulations 2012

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. 1.Citation, commencement, application and expiry

  3. 2.Interpretation

  4. 2A.Pre-application advice about applying under section 62A of the 1990 Act

  5. 2B.Pre-application advice given by a Mayoral development corporation or an urban development corporation

  6. 3.Fees for planning applications

  7. 4.Exceptions – access and facilities for disabled persons

  8. 5.Exceptions – permission granted by General Permitted Development Order not applying

  9. 5A.Exception – applications relating to demolition of unlisted etc buildings in conservation areas

  10. 6.Exceptions – application relating to same use class necessary because of condition

  11. 7.Exceptions – consolidation of subsisting minerals permissions

  12. 8.Exemptions – second application relating to development on same site etc.

  13. 9.Exemptions – application following withdrawal of earlier application or refusal of permission etc.

  14. 9A.Refund of fees in relation to planning applications not determined within 26 weeks

  15. 10.Fees in respect of deemed applications

  16. 11.Fees for applications for certificates of lawful use or development

  17. 11A.Fees payable in respect of applications under section 62A of the 1990 Act

  18. 12.Fee payable in respect of urgent crown development applications

  19. 13.Fees for applications for consent for advertisements

  20. 14.Fees for certain applications under the General Permitted Development Order

  21. 15.Fees in respect of the monitoring of mining and landfill sites

  22. 16.Fees for confirmation of compliance with condition attached to planning permission

  23. 17.Fees for applications for non-material changes to planning permission or permission in principle

  24. 18.Fees for applications for certificates of appropriate alternative development

  25. 19.Review

  26. 20.Revocations, transitional provisions and savings

  27. Signature

    1. SCHEDULE 1

      Fees in Respect of Applications and Deemed Applications for Planning Permission or for Approval of Reserved Matters

      1. PART 1 Fees payable under regulation 3 or regulation 10

        1. CHAPTER 1 General

          1. 1.(1) Subject to paragraphs 2 to 10, the fee payable...

        2. CHAPTER 2 Fees in particular cases

          1. 2.Where an application or deemed application is made or deemed...

          2. 3.(1) Where an application or deemed application is made or...

          3. 4.(1) This paragraph applies where— (a) an application is made...

          4. 5.Where application is made pursuant to section 73 of the...

          5. 6.Where an application relates to development to which section 73A...

          6. 7.(1) Where an application of the description contained in article...

          7. 8.(1) This paragraph applies where— (a) an applicant applies for...

          8. 9.(1) This paragraph applies where an application for planning permission...

          9. 10.(1) Where— (a) an application for planning permission or permission...

        3. CHAPTER 3 Provisions in relation to specified categories

          1. 11.(1) Subject to sub-paragraph (1A), where, in respect of any...

          2. 12.(1) In relation to development within category 2, 3 or...

          3. 13.(1) Where an application (other than an outline application) or...

          4. 14.(1) Subject to paragraph 13 and sub-paragraph (2), where an...

      2. PART 2 Scale of Fees

    2. SCHEDULE 2

      Fees for Advertisements

    3. SCHEDULE 3

      Statutory instruments revoked in so far as they apply to England

  28. Explanatory Note

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