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See Practice Note: Amending a planning permission, retrospective planning permission and revocation of planning permission at section: ‘Interaction between TCPA 1990, s 73 and TCPA 1990, s 73A’.
In particular, note the Court of Appeal decision in Lawson Builders v SoS which contains useful guidance on the interaction between section 73 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 (TCPA 1990) and TCPA 1990, s 73A, in comparing the considerations which a local planning authority can take into account in determining an application. Pitchford LJ stated the following:
‘I accept that an application for retrospective planning permission under s 73A may, and often will, require engagement with wider planning considerations than those raised by a reconsideration of conditions imposed upon an existing permissi
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