‘Resolutions and Reasons: A Practical Guide to Decision Making in Planning’ by Sue Chadwick
Published: September 2019
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This book is intended to be a helpful guide to all aspects of the planning decision-making process, from dealing with the ‘tilted balance’ in practice to wider concerns such as consultation, advising committees and dealing with human rights and equalities issues.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Dr Sue Chadwick is a Strategic Planning Advisor with Pinsent Masons and Chair of the Housing Project Group at Cambridge Ahead. She has more than 25 years experience as a planning lawyer including working for a range of County and District authorities, two London Boroughs, and a number of years at Herbert Smith Freehills. She has taught planning law and policy at Cambridge University, has a PhD on the meaning and interpretation of sustainable development in the planning framework and currently delivers training for MBL seminars and LLG Legal Training.
Chapter 1: The Plan and the Planning Balance
Chapter 2: Material Considerations
Chapter 3: Governance
Chapter 4: Reports, Reasons – and Brexit…