Grampian condition

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The Grampian condition is a facet of planning Scottish case law established by Grampian Regional Council v City of Aberdeen District Council (1984) 47 P&CR 633. The term is commonly also used in England and Wales.

A "Grampian condition" is a planning condition attached to a decision notice that prevents the start of a development until off-site works have been completed on land not controlled by the applicant.

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