Circular which sets out the revised non-statutory arrangements known as the ‘Crichel Down Rules’. The rules deal with how surplus Government land which was acquired by, or under a threat of, compulsion should be offered back to its former owners.
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Planning circular 5 2011: disposal of surplus government land - the Crichel Down Rules
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