Law

What is the book about

Planning is an extremely complex area of the law, both because of its technical nature and as a result of the many amendments made recently to the four Planning Acts by Regulations introduced to ensure compliance with European environmental legislation.

The need for an introductory work to assist in understanding the Irish planning system has again become apparent. This completely revised second edition provides up-to-date coverage of the subject. It addresses in turn the hierarchy of spatial plans and policy instruments, applications, appeals, strategic infrastructure, exempted development, enforcement (incorporating changes to control of quarries and substitute consent), compensation and amenities. A complete chapter explains the basic principles relating to the conservation of the natural and the built environment, distinguishing the requirements of environmental impact assessment, strategic environmental assessment and appropriate assessment. There are further chapters on unfinished housing developments and related areas of the law, including archaeological protection and the water services legislation.

The text is written in non-legal language but is fully referenced to the various sections of the Acts and Regulations, enabling any reader wishing to do so to find their way towards further and more detailed sources of information.

This book will constitute an invaluable resource for students and practitioners of planning and related disciplines, elected representatives, members of residents' and community organisations, indeed for anyone who wants to understand or participate in the planning process.

 

Contents

Preface
Table of Cases

  • Chapter 1: Introduction 
  • Chapter 2: Development Plans 
  • Chapter 3: Local Area Plans
  • Chapter 4: Regional Planning Guidelines
  • Chapter 5: Planning Policy and the Role of the Minister 
  • Chapter 6: Planning Permission 
  • Chapter 7: Appeals and Judicial Review 
  • Chapter 8: The Application for Strategic Infrastructure 
  • Chapter 9: Strategic Development Zones 
  • Chapter 10: Exempted Development 
  • Chapter 11: Enforcement 
  • Chapter 12: Compensation
  • Chapter 13: Planning for Amenities
  • Chapter 14: Planning for Conservation
  • Chapter 15: Unfinished Housing Developments
  • Chapter 16: Related Legislation
  • Chapter 17: Looking to the Future


Appendices

  1. Schedule of Local Authorities
  2. Schedule of Regional Authorities
  3. Schedule of European Regulations
  4. Schedule of Planning Regulations
  5. Schedule of Planning Acts

Index

An Introduction to Irish Planning Law (Second edition)

What is the book about

Planning is an extremely complex area of the law, both because of its technical nature and as a result of the many amendments made recently to the four Planning Acts by Regulations introduced to ensure compliance with European environmental legislation.

The need for an introductory work to assist in understanding the Irish planning system has again become apparent. This completely revised second edition provides up-to-date coverage of the subject. It addresses in turn the hierarchy of spatial plans and policy instruments, applications, appeals, strategic infrastructure, exempted development, enforcement (incorporating changes to control of quarries and substitute consent), compensation and amenities. A complete chapter explains the basic principles relating to the conservation of the natural and the built environment, distinguishing the requirements of environmental impact assessment, strategic environmental assessment and appropriate assessment. There are further chapters on unfinished housing developments and related areas of the law, including archaeological protection and the water services legislation.

The text is written in non-legal language but is fully referenced to the various sections of the Acts and Regulations, enabling any reader wishing to do so to find their way towards further and more detailed sources of information.

This book will constitute an invaluable resource for students and practitioners of planning and related disciplines, elected representatives, members of residents' and community organisations, indeed for anyone who wants to understand or participate in the planning process.

 

Contents

Preface
Table of Cases

  • Chapter 1: Introduction 
  • Chapter 2: Development Plans 
  • Chapter 3: Local Area Plans
  • Chapter 4: Regional Planning Guidelines
  • Chapter 5: Planning Policy and the Role of the Minister 
  • Chapter 6: Planning Permission 
  • Chapter 7: Appeals and Judicial Review 
  • Chapter 8: The Application for Strategic Infrastructure 
  • Chapter 9: Strategic Development Zones 
  • Chapter 10: Exempted Development 
  • Chapter 11: Enforcement 
  • Chapter 12: Compensation
  • Chapter 13: Planning for Amenities
  • Chapter 14: Planning for Conservation
  • Chapter 15: Unfinished Housing Developments
  • Chapter 16: Related Legislation
  • Chapter 17: Looking to the Future


Appendices

  1. Schedule of Local Authorities
  2. Schedule of Regional Authorities
  3. Schedule of European Regulations
  4. Schedule of Planning Regulations
  5. Schedule of Planning Acts

Index

By: Dr Berna Grist ISBN: 978-1-904541-16-5

Published: Wednesday 02, January 2013.


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