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Where an ownership certificate submitted in respect of a planning application has been challenged, what duty is a local planning authority under to undertake enquiries regarding its validity?

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Published on LexisPSL on 12/02/2021

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  • Where an ownership certificate submitted in respect of a planning application has been challenged, what duty is a local planning authority under to undertake enquiries regarding its validity?

Where an ownership certificate submitted in respect of a planning application has been challenged, what duty is a local planning authority under to undertake enquiries regarding its validity?

Section 65(5) of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 (TCPA 1990) provides that:

  1. a development order can make provisions requiring notice to be given of any planning application and any applicant for such permission to issue a certificate as to the interests in the land to which the application relates or the purposes for which it is used (an ownership certificate)

  2. ‘provisions shall be made’ by a development order for the purpose of securing that, in the case of any planning application, any person (other than the applicant) who is an

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