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Dear Mid Sussex District Council,

Can you please confirm where if online and which newspaper(S) you advertise all your public notice, including planning TROS Path Diversion to name a few.

how many planning enforcement notices(all) were served in 2016 and copy of enforcement register

If your TROS are available online and if not do you have a list of consultees

Yours faithfully,

angela

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Dear Angela,

Mid Sussex is not a highways authority, this is dealt with by West Sussex County Council. If you have not done so already, you need to contact [email address].

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Dear Freedom of Information,

Can you possible answer the first two questions as I would believe that you would still place adverts for Stopping up orders etc

Yours sincerely,

angela

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Dear Angela,

Stopping up orders are also dealt with by highways. We do however, believe we can cover enforcement notices but these would not be related to any highways information, this would be planning enforcement and this covers the following:

Building, or engineering work and the change of use of land without a planning permission
Unauthorised work to trees protected by a tree preservation order or in a conservation area
Breach of conditions attached to planning permissions or the terms of a Section 106 obligation
Non-compliance with approved plans attached to planning permissions
Unauthorised advertisements or signs
Unauthorised change of use of land/buildings
Land or buildings in such poor condition that it adversely affects the amenity of the area
Unauthorised works to a listed building
Unauthorised demolition work in a conservation area

Can you please confirm if this is the area you are interested in. If so, we will log your request.

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Dear Freedom of Information,

yes please

Yours sincerely,

angela

Freedom of Information, Mid Sussex District Council

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be sent to the Senior Information Governance Officer, Mid Sussex District
Council, Oaklands, Oaklands Road, Haywards Heath, West Sussex RH16 1SS or
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Information Regulations 2004 may be not be re-used, except for personal
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Dear Angela,

Our Planning Enforcement Team have informed us that this information is all available online. If you go to http://www.midsussex.gov.uk/planning-lic... and select the button Online Register, you will be taken to the top level Search of the Register. Select Advanced and then the Enforcements Tab. You can then add dates and get back a list of all enforcement notices for that time period.

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yours sincerely,

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Dear Freedom of Information,

yes please

Yours sincerely,

angela

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