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Permitted development rights for small scale renewable and low carbon energy technologies, and electric vehicle charging infrastructure (DCLG)

Submission from ALGAO:England

5 February 2010

Response by the Association of Local Government Archaeology Officers to the Communities and Local Government Consultation:-
Permitted development rights for small scale renewable and low carbon energy technologies, and electric vehicle charging infrastructure

ALGAO is the national body representing local government archaeology services at County, District, Metropolitan, Unitary and National Park authority level. These provide advice to all the District, Unitary and other local government bodies in the country.

Draft Overarching National Policy Statement for Energy (EN-1) & the Draft NPSs for Fossil Fuels, Renewables, Gas Supply and Gas and Oil Pipelines, and Electricity Networks (EN 2-5) (DCCE)

Submission from ALGAO:England

February 2010

ALGAO is the national body representing local government archaeology services at County, District, Metropolitan, Unitary and National Park authority level. These provide advice to all the District, Unitary and other local government bodies in the country. ALGAO: England co-ordinates the views of its member authorities (106 in total) and presents them to government and to other national organisations. It also acts as an advisor to the Local Government Association (LGA) on archaeological matters.

Consultation on the PPS15 Planning for the Historic Environment: Historic Environment Planning Practice Guide (EH)

Submission from ALGAO:England

A Response from the Association of Local Government Archaeological Officers to the consultation on the PPS 15 Planning for the Historic Environment: Historic Environment Planning Practice Guide.

The Association of Local Government Archaeological Officers for England (ALGAO: England) is the national body representing local government archaeology services at County, District, Metropolitan, Unitary and National Park level in England.

Planning Act 2008 - consultation on examination procedures for nationally significant infrastructure projects (DCLG)

Submission from ALGAO Planning and Legislation Committee

To: NSIP [dot] examinations [at] communities [dot] gsi [dot] gov [dot] uk, 01/10/09

The Association of Local Government Archaeological Officers for England (ALGAO:England) is the national body representing local government archaeology services at County, District, Metropolitan, Unitary and National Park level in England. ALGAO:England co-ordinates the views of its member authorities (92 in total) and presents them to government and to other national organisations.

Planning Policy Statement - Consultation paper on a new Planning Policy Statement 4: Planning for Prosperous Economies (DCLG 2009)

Submission from ALGAO:England

Consultation paper on a new Planning Policy Statement 4: Planning for Prosperous Economies

The Association of Local Government Archaeological Officers for England (ALGAO:England) is the national body representing local government archaeology services at County, District, Metropolitan, Unitary and National Park level in England. ALGAO:England co-ordinates the views of its member authorities (93 in total) and presents them to government and to other national organisations.

Consultation on the Pre-Application Consultation and Application Procedures for Nationally Significant Infrastructure Projects (DCLG 2009)

Submission from ALGAO:England

June 2009

The Association of Local Government Archaeological Officers for England (ALGAO:England) is the national body representing local government archaeology services at County, District, Metropolitan, Unitary and National Park level in England. ALGAO:England. They provide archaeological advisory services to local authorities, property developers and their agents, and local communities, as well as holding the Historic Environment Records for the country.

Draft Planning Policy Statement: Eco-towns (DCLG 2008)

Submission from ALGAO:England

Eco-towns Team
Housing and Growth Programmes
Department for Communities and Local Government
2/H9 Eland House
Bressenden Place
London, SW1E 5DU

The Association of Local Government Archaeological Officers for England (ALGAO:England) is the national body representing local government archaeology services at County, District, Metropolitan, Unitary and National Park level in England. ALGAO:England co-ordinates the views of its member authorities (93 in total) and presents them to government and to other national organisations.