Types of planning condition

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Where there is a conflict between the proposed development involving noisy processes that may affect the amenity of adjoining occupiers or where new sensitive development, such as housing, is proposed near an existing noise source such as a road or railway, conditions are often imposed to restrict or mitigate the...

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