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Q. A planning condition removing all residential permitted development rights was imposed on a dwelling. Since then, the garden has been lawfully extended, so that a larger area of land forms the residential curtilage. Given that permitted development rights are conferred specifically on development "within the curtilage", would the removal of these rights apply uniformly across the curtilage as enlarged? Or does the condition only apply to the curtilage as it existed at the time it was imposed? RS

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