Monday 26 February 2007

Third Party Rights in Planning

Under present planning process Third Party Rights in Planning are being ignored mainly because Conditions attached to planning consents which are the result of consultation are not enforced. Since planning is a three way process between applicants, the Planning Authority and third parties who have the right to be consulted, then those conditions must be adhered to. Without further consultation, ignoring them undermines the human rights of third parties and even those few rights they have under the present planning system

Mary Sinclair

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