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DEVELOPMENT BY LOCAL AUTHORITIES
A. Permitted development
The erection or construction and the maintenance, improvement or other alteration by a local authority or by an urban development corporation of—
(a) - any small ancillary building, works or equipment on land belonging to or maintained by them required for the purposes of any function exercised by them on that land otherwise than as statutory undertakers;
(b) - lamp standards, information kiosks, passenger shelters, public shelters and seats, telephone boxes, fire alarms, public drinking fountains, horse troughs, refuse bins or baskets, barriers for the control of people waiting to enter public service vehicles, and similar structures or works required in connection with the operation of any public service administered by them.
A.1 Interpretation of Class A
For the purposes of Class A—
“urban development corporation” has the same meaning as in Part XVI of the Local Government, Planning and Land Act 1980(32) (urban development).
The reference in Class A to any small ancillary building, works or equipment is a reference to any ancillary building, works or equipment not exceeding 4 metres in height or 200 cubic metres in capacity.
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TEMPORARY BUILDINGS AND USES
A. Permitted development
The provision on land of buildings, moveable structures, works, plant or machinery required temporarily in connection with and for the duration of operations being or to be carried out on, in, under or over that land or on land adjoining that land.
A.1 Development not permitted
Development is not permitted by Class A if—
(a) the operations referred to are mining operations, or
(b) planning permission is required for those operations but is not granted or deemed to be granted.
Development is permitted by Class A subject to the conditions that, when the operations have been carried out—
(a) any building, structure, works, plant or machinery permitted by Class A shall be removed, and
(b) any adjoining land on which development permitted by Class A has been carried out shall, as soon as reasonably practicable, be reinstated to its condition before that development was carried out.
B. Permitted development
The use of any land for any purpose for not more than 28 days in total in any calendar year, of which not more than 14 days in total may be for the purposes referred to in paragraph B.2, and the provision on the land of any moveable structure for the purposes of the permitted use.
B.1 Development not permitted
Development is not permitted by Class B if—
(a) the land in question is a building or is within the curtilage of a building,
(b) the use of the land is for a caravan site,
(c) the land is, or is within, a site of special scientific interest and the use of the land is for—
(i) a purpose referred to in paragraph B.2(b) or other motor sports;
(ii) clay pigeon shooting; or
(iii) any war game,
(d) the use of the land is for the display of an advertisement.
B.2 Interpretation of Class B
The purposes mentioned in Class B above are—
(a) the holding of a market;
(b) motor car and motorcycle racing including trials of speed, and practising for these activities.
In Class B, “war game” means an enacted, mock or imaginary battle conducted with weapons which are designed not to injure (including smoke bombs, or guns or grenades which fire or spray paint or are otherwise used to mark other participants), but excludes military activities or training exercises organised by or with the authority of the Secretary of State for Defence.
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