Town and country planning – Enforcement notice. The Planning Court dismissed the appellant's appeal against the decision of the inspector appointed by the first respondent Secretary of State, dismissing his appeals against two enforcement notices. The inspector had not been required to consider an alternative scheme, her factual error had not been the basis for her decision and she had correctly concluded that the second respondent local planning authority's failure to determine or respond to a request for prior approval could not have had the effect of bypassing the need to fulfil the conditions upon which development might be permitted under the relevant class.