Thanks Neil and Peter
This is as I suspected, and was a familiar scenario in the West of Scotland
too. But the existing scope note seems to imply that the consent is
dependent on the outcome of the evaluation.
Perhaps the ambiguity could be avoided if the note for the term was
"The decision making body has granted consent with a condition securing an
archaeological evaluation and subsequent further work as required."
Is there a formal mechanism for suggesting updates to these agreed lists?
From: Neil Campling [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
Sent: 08 February 2002 14:54
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Subject: Re: HBSMR - ALGAO Consultation Final Outcome list
This is one of the ALGAO terms which I noted earlier was "confused".
However, as I interpret it, it means that approval is given, but that the
WSI incorporates an element of evaluation in order to finalise the exact
mitigation strategy, either preservation by record or re-designed
foundation. We sometimes allow this circumstance if the District Council is
hell-bent on determining the application within 8 weeks and there are no
other grounds for deferring the decision. Whilst planning permission can be
revoked under Section 97 of the 1990 Act, it wouldn't occur in this
circumstance: we would already have agreed that development could go ahead
subject to mitigation, just that that mitigation needed to be sorted out
further down the planning process.
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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).
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