Planning (Avian Influenza) (Special Development) Order (Northern Ireland) 2015 (S.R. No. 175 of 2015). | Land Portal

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This Order, made bu the Department of the Environment in exercise of the powers conferred by section 32 of the Planning Act (Northern Ireland) 2011, grants planning permission in respect of certain development which is necessary for the purposes of housing poultry and other captive birds to protect them from avian influenza. The Order applies to land within a controlled zone, H5N1 controlled zone, wild bird control area or wild bird monitoring area declared by the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development and to any identified premises. Where this Order applies, no specific application for planning permission is needed for the development permitted by this Order. Planning permission is granted by this Order subject to conditions requiring notification to the council within whose district the development is situated and removal of the development within a specified period or a longer period agreed with the council.

Implements: Planning Act (Northern Ireland) 2011 (2011 Cap. 25). (2011-05-04)
Repeals: Planning (Avian Influenza) (Special Development) Order (Northern Ireland) 2008 (S.R. No. 235 of 2008). (2008-06-02)

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