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Tull Properties Ltd v South Gloucestershire Council [2014] RA 180

DATE: 17 Dec 2013

A completion notice relating to an altered building was invalid because a completion notice could only be served in respect of a new building and the alterations were not sufficient to make the altered building a new building in accordance with the natural use of English or within the definition of “new building” in the Local Government Finance Act 1988, s 46A (6) as includes “a building produced by the structural alteration of an existing building where the existing building is comprised in a hereditament which, by virtue of the alteration, becomes or becomes part of, a different hereditament or different hereditaments”.