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(Definition of planning permission from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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planning permissionnoun [U]

uk   us   UK
PROPERTY officialapproval from a ​localgovernmentauthority to ​build something new, or to make ​changes to an existing ​building: apply for/get/have planning permission We now have ​planningpermission to ​convert and ​extend the 19th-century ​property into a ​trainingcentre.with/without/subject to planning permission Big ​propertydevelopers do not like ​buying up ​land without ​planningpermission because of the ​risk involved. grant/give/receive ​planningpermission need/​requireplanningpermission turn down/​refuseplanningpermission
(Definition of planning permission from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “planning permission”
in Chinese (Simplified) (建造或改建房屋的)建筑许可…
in Chinese (Traditional) (建造或改建房屋的)建築許可…
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