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Planning Permission on non-owned land

Comment 8th July 2010

Anyone in the UK can apply for planning permission on someone elses legally owned land. How is this possible in a moral civil society?

Why does this matter?

If a crooked Planning Department wants to pass such planning permission for a builder or the like, then they can do so with impunity, and it is then down to the victim to legally protect their land from being built on, even in the High Court if it goes to Appeal. This means people can be forced off their land by corrupt Planning Officials, and by Developers. Remove the right for anyone to put in plans on someone elses legally owned land where Registered with Land Registry.

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