[171BC Making a planning enforcement order]
[171BC Making a planning enforcement order]

[(1)     A magistrates' court may make a planning enforcement order in relation to an apparent breach of planning control only if—

(a)     the court is satisfied, on the balance of probabilities, that the apparent breach, or any of the matters constituting the apparent breach, has (to any extent) been deliberately concealed by any person or persons, and

(b)     the court considers it just to make the order having regard to all the circumstances.

(2)     A planning enforcement order must—

(a)     identify the apparent breach of planning control to which it relates, and

(b)     state the date on which the court's decision

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