Claimants fail to achieve "aggrieved person" status without registered objection

Two claimants living along a road in which an appellant secured permission at appeal, failed to get the inspector's decision quashed because they did not have any legal standing to bring the challenge under section 288 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990, since both failed to qualify as an "aggrieved person".

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