Cresswell and Cresswell v Pearson: Admn 20 Mar 1997

The grant of a temporary planning permission for a use that has previously been the subject of an enforcement notice has the effect of discharging the enforcement notice for all time, in so far as it relates to that use, rather than merely for the period for which the temporary planning permission is in force.


Times 08-Apr-1997, [1997] EWHC Admin 299, [1997] JPL 860


Magistrates Court Act 1980 111, Town and Country Planning Act 1990 180(1)


England and Wales

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CitedFowles v Heathrow Airport Ltd ChD 15-Feb-2008
The landlord had opposed the tenant’s application to renew his tenancy, and the tenant also claimed title to additional land by adverse possession. The tenant asserted various business uses, some of which the landlord denied. The landlord went into . .
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Planning, Magistrates

Updated: 12 April 2022; Ref: scu.137244