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Camden Council say no application from PE for planning permission. This means that if the signs are big enough to be BPA compliant (and probably even if they arent) then they are there illegally and you cannot enter into a contract based upon criminal activity.

He should let them know that any claim will be vigourously defended as they have no PP and therefore no contract can be offerd and accepted. If they do go down the court route after that he should report to Trading Standards and ask for them to take the matter up as fraud by misrepresentation and demand that they refund every payment received from that site. Wont happen but it would be nice to think someone actually had an interest in the law and not just kowtowing to the money grubbers. Beavis should have looked up the PP for his car park.

Amazing!.....so none of the signs are worth the plastic they are printed on.

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Camden Council say no application from PE for planning permission. This means that if the signs are big enough to be BPA compliant (and probably even if they arent) then they are there illegally and you cannot enter into a contract based upon criminal activity.

He should let them know that any claim will be vigourously defended as they have no PP and therefore no contract can be offerd and accepted. If they do go down the court route after that he should report to Trading Standards and ask for them to take the matter up as fraud by misrepresentation and demand that they refund every payment received from that site. Wont happen but it would be nice to think someone actually had an interest in the law and not just kowtowing to the money grubbers. Beavis should have looked up the PP for his car park.

 

Are Camden likely to get PE to remove the signs if they don't have permission?

 

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They have the power to do so but the PP is basically a nod through as they are obliged to grant it if asked for. The reasons for refusal would be inappropriate signage in content or size or it being a conservation area and neither would apply in this case. When PE get rumbled they usually just ask for PP and blame Morrisons for not doing it for them. Croydion did make them put up new signs though at a store where a building had been demoloshed and the store failed to tell the council or the Valuations Agency about the new use of the land. Could have got very interesting if the VA decided that PE were running the site as their fiefdom but they bottled it and the store picked up the larger rates bill.

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