Legal Viewpoint: Extent of immunity from breaches of condition confirmed

In a case from Dorset, the Court of Appeal has confirmed that where a planning condition has been breached and immunity from enforcement action is established in respect of a well-defined part of a site, this does not automatically extend to cover the whole site.

by Caroline Stares
Caroline Stares, associate, Hogan Lovells International
Caroline Stares, associate, Hogan Lovells International

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