Legal Viewpoint: Key court decision foreshadows ascension of the ten-year rule

Most planning lawyers will, at some point, have saved a client from enforcement action on the basis that the unauthorised development in question had substantially completed more than four years previously. This approach relies on the time limit set by section 171B of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990.

by Dougal Ainsley

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