Airport car parking policy lawful as alternatives considered

A challenge involving a strategic environmental assessment prepared in relation to future parking provision for Gatwick Airport properly complied with the obligation to consider reasonable alternatives, the High Court ruled, and consequently the decision of Crawley Borough Council based on that assessment, to adopt a policy which restricted parking to airport property was not unlawful.

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