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As indicated, the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) (England) Order 2015, SI 2015/596 provides a number of instances whereby a local planning authority must notify an applicant within a 56-day window. For example, Schedule 2, Permitted Development Rights, Part 3 Changes of Use, W (11) (SI 2015/596, Sch 2, Pt 3) states:
‘(11) The development must not begin before the occurrence of one of the following—(a) the receipt by the applicant from the local planning authority of a written notice of their determination that such prior approval is not required;(b) the receipt by the applicant from the local planning authority of a written notice
‘(11) The development must not begin before the occurrence of one of the following—
(a) the receipt by the applicant from the local planning authority of a written notice of their determination that such prior approval is not required;
(b) the receipt by the applicant from the local planning authority of a written notice
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