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The ninth in a series of newsletters sent to Local Planning Authorities in England. This edition focuses on so called ‘Trojan Horse’ applications – those that make changes to the size, layout, or facilities of a pub, in such a way that the viability of the business is damaged. This is then sometimes used to justify redevelopment of the pub as a whole.

The eight in a series of newsletters sent to Local Planning Authorities in England. This edition focuses on the impact of changes to permitted development rules, and the importance of making sure permitted development rights are applied consistently across Council departments.

The seventh in a series of newsletters sent to Local Planning Authorities in England. This edition focuses on residential occupation of closed pubs and the steps planners can take if this use is not authorised.

The sixth in a series of newsletters sent to Local Planning Authorities in England. This edition covers CAMRAs digest of planning appeals, and the benefits of Local Listing for heritage pubs.

The fifth in a series of newsletters sent to Local Planning Authorities in England. This edition covers meaningful marketing in the context of Local Plan requirements for marketing ahead of the sale of a community facility.

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