A restrictive covenant is a private agreement between owners of land where one party restricts the use of their land in some way for the benefit of another's land. Once agreed between the parties, restrictive covenants are placed on the title deeds to the property and are said to 'run with the land'. This therefore, means that the covenant stays in force even when the original parties to the covenants creation sell the land onto other people which may in the years following the covenants creation become a burden on subsequent landowners.
Upon granting planning permission for developments, as a result of the provisions contained within section 72 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 (TCPA 1990) it is very common for Local Planning Authorities (LPA’s) to place certain planning conditions upon these permitted developments.
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