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Planning enforcement

A talk by RBKC’s planning team

Monday 14 November 2016, 6:30pm to 8:30pm

The Small Hall, Kensington Town Hall

What would you do if this artfully painted makeover appeared next to your house? Breaches of planning control can occur when development appears to have taken place without planning permission: work is carried out without complying with conditions attached to planning permission, or on a listed building without obtaining consent; land is un-tidy or a building is derelict; or an advert is displayed without advertising consent. Anyone can report a possible breach of planning control.

Please join us in Kensington Town Hall’s Small Hall for an informative talk about enforcing planning control by RBKC’s planning team.

KS members £5, non-members £10.

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