yes, my grounds of appeal are that section 215 is in opposition to the HRA article 6
the process is in opposition to HRA article 8 article 14 and schedule 1 article 1
there is a defense under all four of the appeal clauses of section 217
There are article 6 arguments against the pre section 215 issue under the councils own concordat
there is abuse of power in the issuing of a Certificate of lawfull use in 2001
i asked you one of the many article 6 questions
my 1st article 6 argument :-
section 215 is on its own a breach of article 6 and an invitation to abuse planning law, the "trial" is undertaken by the planning authority in the absence of the defendant the LPA then has the role of judge jury and the power of sentence. the defendant then is advised that he has 28 days to appeal before he is punished by criminal law.
Section 215 is a breach of article 6 because if you can not pay the court costs you are punished by criminal law after 28 days
Section 215 is in breach of article 6 because it circumvents the right to be guaranteed to be innocent until proved guilty ,the term appeal proves that the "trial" has to have occurred. the standard of proof in the appeal is to prove that the result of the "trial" is incorrect.
section 215 is in breach of article 6 because the prosecuting authority is also the authority that interprets and actions the section 215 schedule on the order, in direct action works.
section 215 is in breach of article 6 because your right to have access to the evidence against you, clearly as you are not at the trial you can not see the evidence that is used against you