||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 190 (Jul)
||Andrew Fraser-Urquhart (instructed by Streeter Marshall) for the appellants.
||David Lintott (instructed by Louise Humphreys) for the respondent.
||11 July 2002
Town and country planning - Planning condition notice - Breach of notice - Justices defining word 'display' - Appeal by was of case stated - Whether justices correctly defining 'display' - s 187A.
The true meaning of the word 'display' in the context of planning permission conditions was meaning something 'put on show or exhibited to attract people's attention', and could be derived from the context in which the word appeared.
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