Policy tests for planning conditions
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Even if a condition has been precisely drafted and is relevant to planning and the permitted development, it:
should be reasonable in all other respects and
should not be unnecessarily restrictive.
This is often the basis on which conditions are found to be invalid. There are numerous examples of unreasonable conditions in case law.
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