Lawfulness certificate for incidental residential use of domestic outbuilding denied

An appellant failed to secure a certificate of lawful existing use or development (CLEUD) to confirm that an outbuilding at a house in London could be lawfully used for purposes incidental or ancillary to the enjoyment of the dwellinghouse because it had not been lawfully built in the first place.

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