Article 14 Direction
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An Article 14 Direction is a term used in British planning law for a directive issued by the British Government which prevents a Local Planning Authority granting planning permission for a specific proposal. It has no time limit, so remains in force until explicitly lifted. It is typically used to allow a regional government office more time to consider proposals.