New Schedule. — (Special Grounds of Appeal Against Enforcement Notices Under Section 9.)

Ballot for Notices of Motions – in the House of Commons at 12:00 am on 14th April 1965.

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1. That the development to which the enforcement notice relates does not consist of or include the erection on land in Greater London of a building containing office premises, or of the extension of a building on land in Greater London by the addition of office premises.

2. That a building was erected before 5th November, 1964, or (as the case may be) the building in question was before that date extended, in accordance with planning permission for the development to which the enforcement notice relates.

3. That a building contract was made before that date which specifically related to the land, or part of the land, in respect of which planning permission was granted for the development to which the enforcement notice relates and which provided for the erection thereon of such a building as is mentioned in paragraph 1 of this Schedule, or for the making of such an extension as is mentioned in that paragraph, in accordance with that planning permission.

4. That the office floor space to be created by the development to which the enforcement notice relates does not exceed 3,000 square feet.

5. That an industrial development certificate was required for development consisting of or including the development to which the enforcement notice relates and that such a certificate was issued in respect of it by the Board of Trade.—[Mr. Darling.]

Brought up, read the First and Second time, and added to the Bill.