Time periods for enforcement

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For a material change of use to become immune, the appellant must demonstrate, on the balance of probabilities, that enforcement action could have been taken at any time during the relevant 10-year or 4-year period (Thurrock BC v Secretary of State (2002)). Temporary cessation, such as the weekend or a...

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