Beach hut decision on area of green open space judged to have been lawfully reached

Local residents seeking judicial review of a decision of Moray council to grant planning permission for 30 beach huts on land designated as open green space did not success in persuading the Court of Session that the local authority had failed to properly interpret a planning policy which supported developments which were of "public use" and which clearly outweighed the value of the land as green space.

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