A THREE DAY Planning Inquiry that could determine the future of 200 Thurrock jobs started today at the Civic Offices in Thurrock Council.
Howard Tenens, in Stifford Road, is fighting an enforcement notice, issued by Thurrock Council in February last year after it built on green belt land.
Chaired by Planning Inspector Katie Peerless, early proceedings saw administrative duties as both council and Tenens’ advocates outlined how long examination of each witness would take. Some may take as long as half a day.
Thurrock Council outlined that they will be focussing on the contravention of planning policies as well as noise, disturbance and the routing of lorries.