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Regulations 20(1)(c) and 38(1)(b)
The following are the classes of development specified for the purposes of regulations 20(1)(c) and 38(1)(b)–
(1) the construction or installation of buildings for use as a public convenience;
(2) the construction of buildings or other operations, or use of land–
(a)for the disposal of refuse or waste materials, or for the storage or recovery of reusable metal;
(b)for the retention, treatment or disposal of sewage, trade waste, or effluent other than–
(i)the construction of pumphouses in a line of sewers;
(ii)the construction of septic tanks and cesspools serving single dwelling houses, or single caravans, or single buildings in which not more than 10 people will normally reside, work or congregate;
(iii)the laying of sewers; or
(iv)works ancillary to those described in sub paragraphs (i) to (iii);
(c)as a scrap yard or coal yard; or
(d)for the winning or working of minerals;
(3) the construction of buildings or use of land or buildings for the purpose of slaughtering animals (including fish and poultry) or the processing of animal carcasses for final disposal or as part of the production of other goods;
(4) the construction or use of buildings for any of the following purposes–
building for indoor games
gymnasium (not forming part of a school, college or university)
hot food shop
swimming pool or
(5) the construction of buildings for or the use of buildings or land as–
(a)a crematorium or a cemetery;
(b)a zoo, or wildlife park, or for the business of boarding or breeding animals;
(6) the construction of buildings and use of buildings or land for motor racing;
(7) the construction of a building to a height exceeding 20 metres;
(8) the construction of buildings, operations, and use of buildings or land which will–
(a)affect residential property by reason of fumes, noise, vibration, smoke, artificial lighting, or discharge of any solid or liquid substance;
(b)alter the character of an area of established amenity;
(c)bring crowds into a generally quiet area;
(d)cause activity and noise between the hours of 8 pm and 8 am; or
(e)introduce significant change into a homogeneous area.
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