|Source:||All England Reporter|
|Publisher Citation:|| All ER (D) 139 (Jan)|
|Court:||Queen's Bench Division, Administrative Court|
Blake J (judgment delivered extempore)
|Representation||Tim Buley (instructed by Lovells LLP) for the advertiser.|
|Richard Langham (instructed by ASB Law, Maidstone) for the local authority.|
|Judgment Dates:||20 January 2009|
Town and country planning - Advertisement - Display without consent - Deemed consent - Display panel attached to wall of dwelling - Panel overhanging adjacent playground for ten years - Applicant advertiser removing panel from wall and placing it on steel structure in playground - Local authority requiring applicant to remove panel and structure - Applicant submitting deemed consent granted for panel on playground site - Whether playground and wall forming one site - Whether material alteration in use of site - Whether deemed consent granted - ss 55(5), 220(1) 336(1) - Town and Country Planning (Control of Advertisements) (England) Regulations 1992, , rr 2, 6, Sch 3, Pt I, Class 13 - s 11.