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25/01/2019

Enforcement: Notice against outbuilding quashed under four-year rule

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An inspector has quashed an enforcement notice against an outbuilding in Stamford Hill under the four year rule, finding that even if 'no reasonable person' would consider the building a dwelling-house, it had still been in use as one.

LOCATIONStamford HillAUTHORITYHaringey Borough CouncilINSPECTORPaul FreerPROCEDUREInquiryDECISIONAllowedREFERENCEAPP/Y5420/C/17/3183997The appeal concerned an end-of-terrace home in Stamford Hill, north London. In August 2017, the council issued an enforcement notice ordering the appellant to cease the use of an outbuilding to the rear of the house as a self-contained dwelling.The appellant........
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