Abandonment of planning permission
In a decision of particular relevance to mineral planning authorities and operators, the general concept of abandonment of planning permissions has been rejected by the Court of Appeal. Pioneer Aggregates (UK) Ltd v Secretary of State for the Environment and Others (The Times, 16 June) appears to be the first reported case where the point was directly in issue, and the outcome implies that planning authorities must in most circumstances rely on statutory machinery to ensure that apparently long disued planning permissions are not revived at a later date.
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