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Multiple landlords and leaseholders are keen to change the use of their land and properties from one class to another but don’t know where to start. The Town and Country Planning (Use Classes) Order 1987 classifies land and building ‘use classes’ into four main categories:
• Class A – shops and retail premises such as restaurants and bank branches
• Class B – offices, workshops, factories and warehouses
• Class C – residential use
• Class D – non-residential institutions, assembly and leisure use
These categories are then divided further into a number of subclasses, find out more here.