Permission for educational use of heritage asset logically reached

The High Court rejected a challenge to a decision by Waverley Borough Council to grant permission for the conversion of a grade II listed building in Surrey which had originally been occupied by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle to a special educational needs school, Mr Justice Foskett ruling that there had been no error in the way the application had been considered.

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