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Ultimately,it is the LPA who at the almost last say and if they do not come up withun an acceptable determination, it is a case of appealing to the Secretary of State.
Itdepends whether the use is ancillary. I'm sorry to have to tell you on thesefacts, and by virtue of what is being parked, caravans, boats, and horsetrailers, and also the fact that he charges for that use, I do not think itancillary.
It isa fact of storage that anything which is being stored comes and goes otherwiseit may as well be disposed of.
Howeveryou say that the notice is change of use of land, it should be change of use ofpart of land and in my opinion, they can only enforce (which I am sure they aretrying to do) on that small part of land with regard to the storage. Rememberthat it is not distribution that is the issue, it is the storage. It just happensthat the 8covers both.
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Thank you for this reply which assists me a lot on how to approach the case. I might have follow up question next week after I have looked at the matter further.
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