Posts Categorized: Cut-out-and-keep

Decluttering






Possibly, the council involved in this appeal case (DCS Number 400-020-987) has been caught up in the current craze for decluttering.

The case relates to a fruit and vegetable shop in Bedfordshire. The appellant was objecting to the imposition of a condition attached to planning permission for two display units on the forecourt. The condition required the removal of an existing wooden display structure within two months of the permission.

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To the nines






In deciding that the residential conversion of a barn in Cornwall under permitted development rights was ruled out by a condition attached to the planning permission for the building (DCS Number 400-020-154) an inspector has made reference to the nine principles for conditions set out in Dunnett.

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