Illegal installation of, static , and associated facilities are just a few of the planning violations Peak Park ( ) officials have reviewed in the past couple of months.
According to a report, a quarterly review of planning violations presented to theAuthority Planning Committee on February 11 revealed that officers had resolved 15 cases between October and December 2021.
The temporary, static , and associated facilities were removed at the Bull in the Thorn, Flagg.
In a report, the officials said they had to investigate alleged breaches of planning control. Still, enforcement action is discretionary and must only be taken where it is expedient to do so regarding planning policies in the development plan and any other material considerations.
“This means that the breach must be causing harm to the appearance of the landscape, conservation interests, public amenity or highway safety, for example.”