Discharge of condition – landscaping
When planning consent is approved for development, this is usually given subject to planning conditions. These conditions may relate to landscaping and ask for detailed information to be provided.
There are often conditions attached to planning permissions that need further details, for example, samples of materials. This additional information must be submitted to us for formal agreement – known as ‘discharge of conditions’.
When planning permission is granted subject to conditions, it’s the responsibility of the applicant, or any subsequent developer, to ensure that the terms of all conditions are met in full. The conditions will outline specific points in your development when details should be submitted to us for approval.
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Where a scheme for the landscaping of a site is required, this refers to the need for any or all of the following to be provided in written and or drawn form:
As well as showing the areas to be planted with different plant material at an appropriate scale on a plan, a schedule should also be provided to cover this information:
The landscape maintenance and management plan can form part of the planning submission. The landscape establishment document specification will set out performance of the required soft landscape maintenance works during a 12 month period.