- Telephone kiosk with dual advertising purpose was not permitted development (Westminster CC v SoS)
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Planning analysis: In Westminster CC v SoS, the court quashed an inspector’s decision to grant prior approval for a telephone kiosk. The kiosk served a dual purpose, as it was also used for advertising, and therefore it fell outside Part 16 Class A of the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) (England) (Order) 2015, SI 2015/ 596 (the GPDO).
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