Deliberate breach of planning: material consideration

See
Swale Borough Council v Secretary of State for Housing Communities and Local Government, Mr S Maughan and Others [2018] EWHC 3402 (Admin) – para 5: “5 In his decision, the inspector concisely reviewed a considerable amount of material, reaching a number of conclusions that are not challenged, in particular, the harm to the local character of the site, the fact that the development would be contrary to the local development plan, the loss of grade 1 agricultural land, and the fact that the individuals living there had intentionally promoted an unauthorised development. He then turned to the supply of deliverable travellers’ sites. The government’s Planning Policy for Traveller Sites (PPTS), at paragraph 10(a), requires local planning authorities to:…”

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