This does happen, but is not a 'best practice' outcome nor does it realy
comply with PPG16. Usual reason is that there is a need to make an urgent
planning decision (e.g. time is running out and the applicant will not agree
to it being defferred; that a 'valuable' development will be lost to the
district if the decision is not made; or simply that they hadn't noticed
that there was an archaeological constraint) and there is not sufficient
time to do an evaluation before the decision must be made. If its only an
outline planning application then the need for further mitigation etc. can
be dealt with during the reserved matters application (which itself can be
made conditional on the results of the evaluation being submitted with it).
otherwise you need to write a restrictive condition, based on the PPG16
condition, which makes it clear that there will need to be i)an evaluation,
and ii) further work dependant on the evaluation results. Risky as you
can't then stop all development if the archaeology merits it and the
developer is committed to signing an open cheque
not realy satisfactory but we've done it a few times.
pete iles, Lancashire SMR
From: Crispin Flower [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
Sent: 08 February 2002 10:18
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: HBSMR - ALGAO Consultation Final Outcome list
I've been looking at the recently posted ALGAO lists to incorporate them
into HBSMR for new installations, and wondered if anyone could clarify one
In the Consultation Final Outcome list, there is:
Term: Approved subject to evaluation
Note: The decision making body has granted consent subject to the results of
This seems to imply that a planning consent could be revoked depending on
the results of an evaluation. Can anyone confirm whether this is correct and
as agreed - am I misinterpreting it?
(There are other similar entries in the table - e.g. for impact assessment).
exeGesIS SDM Ltd.
Great House Barn
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