Re: Re: False information on planning application?
An error on a planning applicaiton will invalidate the whole application (I beleive this was reinforced int the 2000 Planning and Development Acts). However where an error is merely a typogrpahical error or if it is not substantial then I am not sure how committed a local authority would be to prosecute. If the error is substantial, such as claiming areas are different or other quantative information that would alter the core decision then that is another matter. If there is an outright attempt to defraud by making claims that cannot be substantiated then that might be a matter for the fraud squad as well as the LA.
The issues are substantial, the applicant has said he owns 5ac when in fact he owns about 20ac. He has also left key contextual info off plans!