Regina v Leicester City Council ex parte Powergen UK Limited: CA 2000


Schiemann LJ


[2000] 81 P and CR 5


England and Wales


Appeal fromRegina v Leicestershire City Council Ex parte Powergen UK Plc QBD 17-Nov-1999
A planning permission had been granted requiring detailed proposals for the development to be delivered before a certain date. The applicant submitted proposals for part only of the site, requesting a variation to allow such a part proposal. The . .
ApprovedPye v Secretary of State for Environment and North Cornwall District Council Admn 5-May-1998
An application was made under section 73 to develop land without compliance with conditions previously attached to a planning permission, the relevant condition being that the development commence within five years of the date of planning . .

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CitedRobert Hitchins Ltd, Regina (on The Application of) v Worcesteshire County Council and Others Admn 18-Nov-2014
A planning permission was granted with an agreement under section 106. A second permission was later granted. The court was now asked whether the section 106 agreement applied also to the second permission.
Held: As a matter of law, the . .
CitedLondon Borough of Lambeth v Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government and Others SC 3-Jul-2019
The second respondent sought a certificate from the Council determining that the lawful use of its store extended to sales of unlimited categories of goods including food. A certificate to that effect was refused by the Council, but granted by a . .
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Updated: 12 April 2022; Ref: scu.538889