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No.Condition Text
1.This Consent expires FIVE YEARS from the date of this decision. Reason for condition:- In the interests of the orderly planning of the area.
2.Any advertisements displayed, and any site used for the display of the advertisements, shall be maintained in a clean and tidy condition to the reasonable satisfaction of the Local Planning Authority. Any structure or hoarding erected or used principally for the purpose of displaying advertisements shall be displayed in a safe condition. Where an advertisement is required under the regulations to be removed, the removal shall be carried out to the reasonable satisfaction of the Local Planning Authority. No advertisement is to be displayed without the permission of the owner of the site, or any other person with an interest in the site entitled to grant permission. No advertisement shall be sited or displayed so as to obscure or hinder the ready interpretation of any road sign, railway sign or aid to navigation by water, railway air, or so otherwise to render hazardous the use of any highway, railway, waterway or aerodrome ( civil or military). Reason for condition:- As required by Regulation 13 of the Town & Country Planning (Control of Advertisements) Regulations 1992
3.The level of illumination of the illuminated sign shall not at any time exceed 600cd/m2. No part of the source of the illumination shall at any time be directly visible to users of the adjacent public highway. Reason for condition:- In the interests of highway safety.
4.Any variation from the approved plans following commencement of the development, irrespective of the degree of variation, will constitute unauthorised development and may be liable to enforcement action. You or your agent or any person responsible for implementing this permission should inform the Development Control Section immediately of any proposed variation from the approved plans and ask to be advised to the best method to resolve the matter. Most proposals for variation to the approved plans will require the submission of a new application.
5.If the formal discharge of any condition is required, it will be necessary for you to submit to the Council all relevant details, together with a completed application for the "Discharge of Conditions" and the fee as appropriate.
6.The Local Planning Authority has acted positively and proactively in determining this application, and by assessing the application against all material considerations, including national guidance, planning policies and representations that have been received during the public consultation exercise, and by identifying matters of concern within the application and negotiating, with the Applicant, acceptable amendments to the proposal to address those concerns. As a result, the Local Planning Authority has been able to grant planning permission for an acceptable proposal within the statutory timeframe, in accordance with the presumption in favour of sustainable development, as set out within the National Planning Policy Framework. Copies of all documentation submitted in connection with this application can be viewed online at http://www.breckland.gov.uk/content/planning-search-0
7.Appeals against planning decisions If you are aggrieved by the decision of your local planning authority to attach any particular condition/s to this permission, then you can appeal to the Secretary of State under section 78 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990. If you want to appeal against your local planning authority's decision then you must do so within 12 weeks of the date of receipt of this notice. Appeals must be made using a form which you can get from the Secretary of State at Temple Quay House, 2 The Square, Temple Quay, Bristol, BS1 6PN or online at www.planningportal.co.uk The Secretary of State can allow a longer period for giving notice of an appeal but will not normally be prepared to use this power unless there are special circumstances which excuse the delay in giving notice of appeal. The Secretary of State need not consider an appeal if it seems to the Secretary of State that the local planning authority could not have granted planning permission for the proposed development or could not have granted it without the conditions they imposed, having regard to the statutory requirements, to the provisions of any development order and to any directions given under a development order.