Town and Country Planning (Enforcement Notices and Appeals) (Wales) Regulations 2017 (W.S.I. No. 530 (W. 113) of 2017). | Land Portal

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These Regulations contain provisions relating to: (a) the contents of enforcement notices issued under section 172 (2) of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 and the information to be provided by local planning authorities when serving copies of such notices; (b) the procedure to be followed in relation to appeals against such notices and against listed building and conservation areas enforcement notices issued under section 38(1) of the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 (Part 3); and (c) the application of the Regulations to such notices issued by the National Assembly for Wales. Provision is made in relation to the steps to be taken in connection with the bringing of an appeal to the Welsh Ministers under section 217 of the Planning Act. Broadly the steps to be taken are the same as in relation to an appeal under section 174(3) of the Planning Act or section 39(2) of the Listed Buildings Act.

Implements: Town and Country Planning Act 1990 (1990 Chapter 8). (1990-05-24)
Repeals: Town and Country Planning (Enforcement Notices and Appeals) (Wales) Regulations 2003 (S.I. 394 (W. 53) of 2003). (2003-02-25)

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