Plans to streamline improvement work
THE Welsh Government has outlined plans that would make it easier and quicker for businesses, schools, colleges and hospitals to make improvements to their premises.
The plans, which are set out in a new consultation, are part of its work to support economic recovery.
It proposes to extend permitted development rights for sectors that are key to economic recovery, and would affect shops, offices, factories, educational institutions and hospitals.
This would mean extending the rights of affected organisations to make minor changes to their premises without having to submit planning applications. However, the proposals also set out conditions so that developments are carried out in a way that minimises the impact on others and on the environment.
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Environment Minister John Griffiths said: "The Welsh Government is fully committed to creating sustainable growth and jobs and we have always been clear that a reformed planning system has an important role to play in supporting sustainable economic recovery here in Wales."