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Wednesday, 10 August 2016

Envrionmental Planning Advice. Andrew Rosindell MP replies


Andrew Rosindell M.P. 
Member of Parliament for Romford 
House of Commons, 
LONDON, 
SW1A OAA
t.; 020 7219 8475 or 020 7219 8499 
andrew@rosindell.com 
Contact Andrew on Facebook www.andrew.rosindell.com 

Adrian Corder-Birch D.L. Rustlings Howe Drive Halstead Essex C09 2QL 

Dear Adrian 

Monday 8th August 2016 

Thank you very much for contacting me about the Neighbourhood Planning and Infrastructure Bill. 

Firstly, may I congratulate you and your society for all the good work the Essex Society for Archaeology and History does. Essex is one of the oldest counties of England and it is important that societies like yours bring people together to share and protect this interest. 

With regard to the above bill, the government is concerned that councils are attaching unnecessary conditions to planning permission, which delay projects and add significant extra costs. The bill aims to ensure that conditions are only imposed when necessary and does not prevent councils from being able to request archaeological surveys. 

If you would like to discuss this or any other issue with me further, please do not hesitate to get in touch at any time. 

With every good wish. 
Yours sincerely 

Andrew Rosindell M.P.  

M.P.'s Constituency Office: Margaret Thatcher House, 85 Western Road. ROMFORD. Essex RM1 3LS t 01708 766700 t; 01708 761186 (Home)  

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