Court of Appeal rules in tree definition row

The Court of Appeal has come down on the side of a local authority and a planning inspector over the use of a tree replacement notice requiring landowners to replant more than 1,200 trees to replace those they were accused of destroying, in a case that centred on the legal definition of the word 'tree'.

by Court reporter
Trees: saplings included in definition, judge rules
Trees: saplings included in definition, judge rules

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