Temporary stop notice - 21/00014/MON

​​​Important - this communication affects your property

Town and Country Planning Act 1990 As Amended by the Planning and Compensation Act 1991

Temporary stop notice - 21/00014/MON

Served by: North Northamptonshire Council herein after referred to as "the Council"

To: Mr M E and M I Alderman, 13 High Street, Titchmarsh, Kettering NN14 3DF

On 10 June 2021 the Council issued this temporary stop notice alleging that there has been a breach of planning control on the land described in paragraph 4 below.

This temporary stop notice is issued by the Council, in exercise of their power in section 171E of the 1990 Town and Country Planning Act (as amended), because they think that it is expedient that the activity specified in this notice should cease on the land described in paragraph 4 below. The Council now prohibits the carrying out of the activity specified in this notice. Important additional information is given in the Annex to this notice.

1. The reasons for issuing this notice

  1. Development has commenced prior to a grant of listed building consent required for the works taking place.

2. Land to which this notice relates

Land and property at 13 High Street, Titchmarsh NN14 3DF shown edged red on the attached plan.

3. The activity to which this notice relates

All building and demolition works to the property at the address. Works to secure health and safety, including support of any unstable structures are permissible (not including further demolition).

4. What you are required to do

Cease all activity specified in this Notice.

5. When this notice takes effect

This notice takes effect on Thursday 10 June 2021 when all activity specified in this notice shall cease. This notice will cease to have effect on Thursday 8 July 2021

On behalf of:

North Northamptonshire Council
Thrapston Office
Cedar Drive
NN14 4LZ

Telephone: 0300 126 3000
Email: [email protected]


This notice takes effect on the date specified in paragraph 7.

There is no right to appeal to the first secretary of state against this notice.

It is an offence to contravene a temporary stop notice after a site notice has been displayed or the temporary stop notice has been served on you. (Section 171G of the 1990 Act). If you fail to comply with the temporary stop notice you will be at risk of immediate prosecution in the Magistrate's Court, for which the maximum penalty is £20,000 on summary conviction for a first offence and for any subsequent offence. The fine on conviction on indictment is unlimited.

If you are in any doubt about what this notice requires you to do, you should get in touch immediately with the Council's Planning Enforcement Team. If you need independent advice about this notice, you are advised to contact urgently a lawyer, planning consultant or other professional adviser specialising in planning matters. If you wish to contest the validity of this notice, you may only do so by an application to the High Court for Judicial review.

Last updated 19 July 2023