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02/11/2015

Appeal: Enforcement notice upheld against open space development

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A reporter has backed an enforcement notice against the development of open space, including the erection of outbuildings and fencing to house turkeys, in Falkirk, Scotland.

The appeal against the notice to return the land to its original state was made on a number of grounds, including that no breach of planning control had occurred and that the steps required by the notice exceeded what was necessary to remedy any breach of control.

The appellant said planning permission was not required as the land benefited from a historical bylaw that allows for pigeons .....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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