A challenge to planning permission where the development had exceeded the application was to be made promptly. Where an area covered by the permission is not specified, it was not determined by the application. An unambiguous planning permission is to be read so as to stand on its own; no reference should be made to the application which generated it.
Times 23-May-1995, Independent 14-Jun-1995, Gazette 14-Jun-1995
England and Wales
Cited – Regina (on the application of Reid and another) v Secretary of State for Transport, Local Government and the Regions and another QBD 7-Oct-2002
Planning permission was granted subject to conditions. Later one condition was lifted on a renewed application. It referred to the earlier permission, but not the earlier conditions explicitly.
Held: The permission was not clear, and therefore . .
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Updated: 07 June 2021; Ref: scu.87719