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LAW REPORT - PLANNING TERM REMEDY

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The court of session has ruled that a notice of breach of a planning condition had to specify actual steps which we...
The court of session has ruled that a notice of breach of a planning condition had to specify actual steps which were to be taken by the recipient in order to comply with the condition, and not simply call on him to ensure that the condition was complied with.

The Times (section 2,p 32) reports that Lord Prosser, sitting in the outer house of the court of session, so held, granting a petition for judicial review brought by the Scottish Coal Company Ltd, and setting aside a notice under section 145(2) of the Town and Country Planning (Scotland) Act 1997 served upon it by East Lothian Council.
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