The Council sought orders to restrain the defendants from using certain land for the display of advertisements. Moriarty QC  EWHC Admin 800 Town and Country Planning Act 1990 187B, Local Government Act 1972 222, Town and Country Planning (Control of Advertisements) Regulations 1992 England and Wales Planning Updated: 03 January 2022; Ref: scu.137745
Appeal from refusal of consent for advertising hoarding Wyn Williams J  EWHC 1734 (Admin) Bailii Town and Country Planning (Control of Advertisements) Regulations 1992 England and Wales Planning Updated: 28 November 2021; Ref: scu.347718
The defendant estate agency appealed its conviction for continuing to display ‘To Let’ boards for more than the permitted time. The prosecutor relied upon the signs indicating that the property had been let.
Held: The fact that the sign said . .
The council appealed dismissal of its prosecution of the defendant under the Regulations on the basis that the defendant had deemed consent for the advertisements at issue. A picture which had been painted on the upper half of a house, in 1921, and . .
The claimant sought a declaration that it had a tenancy for its occupation by an advertising station, and that it had protection under the 1954 Act. The defendant council said that only a licence had been granted.
Held: The grants included the . .
Appeal by the second defendant from a decision granting an injunction (a) restraining the defendants from causing, suffering, permitting or assisting in the display of advertisements other than in compliance with the Town and Country Planning . .
An advertisement which was displayed regularly enough could come to be displayed continually. Advertisement board nearly always placed on highway outside public house. Parliament had intended clear difference between continually and continuously . .
A notice requiring discontinuance of an advertisement should be served on the company whose products were being advertised as the advertiser as well as the owner of the site. Failure to do so did not however vitiate prosecution where no prejudice . .
The authority gave permission for a road-side sign on condition that it was kept clean and tidy. They later issued a notice requiring its removal, complaining that it had become overgrown and partly obscured. The sign and site were tidied, but the . .