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In response to the highways concerns, the company added that there are no transport-related reasons to withhold permission.
In response to the highways concerns, the company added that there are no transport related reasons to withhold permission.
Both proposals have sparked objections from Sport England over the loss of the playing fields, but the planners' view remains that it is not reasonable to withhold permission on these grounds given the fields have not been in use since the school closed and the likelihood is that they would remain redundant.
That means that parents never get the opportunity to withhold permission for a tattoo.
Sheffield City Council is expected to give or withhold permission for the development in the spring of 2017.
Should they withhold permission, the tour cannot take place, as Irish explained.
The committee recommended that the board withhold permission from Miss Marks and Mr Williams and from their school to present amateur formation team demonstrations until September 1959 and that they be suspended until that date from entering amateur formation teams for any competition or test conducted according to official board rules.
Students' school districts of residence would not be able to withhold permission for transfers.
There must have been sufficient reason to withhold permission for industrial license.
The contract can help the employer by making it a sackable offence to withhold permission for a body search - but that would not necessarily prevent sensitive information leaving the premises.
In this country, a Bahraini woman is still subject to the rule of her father, husband, or in their absence even a younger brother, either of whom can withhold permission for her to marry, work, or even leave the house.
But food peddlers say another seemingly innocuous provision - authorizing the police chief to withhold permission for late-night vendor hours - unfairly infringes on their right to make a living.