Town and country planning – Enforcement notice. The appellant appealed against the decision of the inspector appointed by the first respondent Secretary of State, upholding an enforcement notice, requiring him to remove three pontoons. The Planning Court, in dismissing the appeal, held that, on the facts, the general proposition that a permission was either implemented or not and that a single permission could not be implemented in part had no relevance. Further, the inspector had made no error of law in his conclusion that the arrangement immediately previous to that existing at the relevant time had been unlawful.