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R (Orange Personal Communications Services Ltd) v Islington LBC

Prior approval notices for telecommunication installations, granted under the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) Order 1995, Sched 2, Pt 24, accrued or crystallised on approval of the application by the local planning authority.

3 February 2006

The appellant local planning authority appealed against the decision quashing its withdrawal notices that required X to remove the installation of its telecommunications equipment. X had installed telecommunications equipment pursuant to a prior approval notice granted under the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) Order 1995, Sched 2, Pt 24. The effect of the notice was that planning permission was granted in accordance with the details and plans submitted by X. However, the work carried out on the installation site did not comply with the specifications. The installation site was subsequently designated a conservation area by the local planning authority. The local planning authority then issued enforcement notices requiring alterations to bring the installations in line with the plans, and X started the necessary work. Prior to completion of the work, the local planning authority issued withdrawal notices that required the removal of the installation works on...

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