7. Environment and planning
This strategy covers road vehicles powered by electricity with or without assistance from some other fuel source. It does not extend to other types of low emission vehicle (LEV), such as those powered by hydrogen fuel cells.
Exeter City Council is the street naming and numbering authority in Exeter and has adopted the Town Improvement Clauses Act 1847 for this purpose.
Exeter City Council has introduced a CIL Instalment Policy which applies in all cases where the total CIL liability is greater than £50,000.
At Planning Member Working Group on 22 March 2016 the City Development Manager presented a report informing Members of the preparation of an Enforcement Plan to provide a framework within which the Council exercises its enforcement function under the Town and Country Planning Act and associated legislation. Planning Member Working Group endorsed the Plan.
This Protocol is intended for use where an unauthorised encampment is reported on the Council’s land. It has regard to the requirements of the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister’s document “Guide to effective use of enforcement powers - Part 1: Unauthorised encampments” February 2006, one aim of which is to help strike a balance between the needs and legitimate expectations of members of the settled community, local businesses and other landowners, and Gypsies and Travellers.