Appeal Court rejects caravan park owner’s enforcement immunity bid

The Court of Appeal has backed a council’s decision to refuse a lawful development certificate (LDC) for the permanent occupation of pitches on part of a Dorset caravan park, after rejecting the owner’s claim that because some had been occupied for more than ten years, the whole of the area concerned should be immune from enforcement.

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