The Mansi principle

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In Mansi v Elstree RDC (1964), a site had been used for horticulture with a secondary use for the retail sale of nursery produce and some imported fruit and vegetables. Mansi began to use the site for the sale of goods, including drinks and ice-cream. An enforcement notice was served...

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